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Music Library Tracker

Télécharger Music Library Tracker (1,99 €) sur iPhone & iPad. Cette application iOS est dans la catégorie Utilitaires sur l’App Store.
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (1 vote, moyenne : 5,00 / 5)

Version : 2.0.2

Appareil : iPhone & iPad

Compatibilité : iOS 15.0 +

Taille : 10,45 Mo

Prix : 1,99 €

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Description
Music Library Tracker keeps an eye on your music library and automatically monitors additions, deletions, and any changes to your songs as well as upgrades to Spatial Audio. With streaming becoming more popular, it is very easy for song metadata to change or for songs to disappear as licensing deals expire; with Music Library Tracker you will always know when something in your library changes.

Features
– Automatic monitoring of the media library on your iPhone or iPad (including iCloud Music Library if enabled on your device). Music Tracker checks the title, artist, album, album artist, genre, year of release, disc number, track number, rating, and Spatial Audio status.
– See which of your tracks have been upgraded to Spatial Audio and have them placed into an automatic playlist within Apple Music. You can also opt-in to receive notifications when tracks are upgraded.
– View an overview of changes to your library with filters to personalise the display to your requirements
– Drill down into the detail of individual tracks to see exactly which metadata changed and when along with dates for when tracks were added or deleted from your library
– A daily notification giving you a summary of changes in the previous day (this can be customised to just tell you about added, changed, or deleted tracks)
– Automation via x-callback-url allowing you to see changes to your library in the Shortcuts app or with Siri
– Full support for split screen views on iPad along with trackpad and keyboard integration
– Dark mode

Music Library Tracker contains no in-app purchases and does not require an internet connection; I believe in your privacy so none of your media library data ever leaves your device and I do not collect usage data or perform any data analytics. Spatial Audio matching is “opt-in” as it requires the app to send your music identifiers to my server; no personally identifiable information is ever sent and the data is kept only for as long as it takes to serve the request (typically less than a couple of seconds). You can read more about this in my privacy policy at https://dodoapps.io/music-tracker/privacy/

If you have any issues at all, please email [email protected] and I’ll help you.

Version 2.0.2

Changements récents
– Fixed an issue which was causing tracks to incorrectly be shown as “Downgraded from Spatial Audio”

Recently in v2.0:

Spatial Audio Scanning
– Music Library Tracker can now detect if your tracks have a Spatial Audio version
– A new page lists all of these upgraded tracks in a timeline (tap a song to play it)
– Optional: The app can generate a Spatial Audio playlist within Apple Music that is updated automatically
– Optional: A daily notification detailing any new tracks that were upgraded in the previous day
– Spatial Audio scanning is an “opt-in” feature as it requires sending your music identifiers to a remote server. More information is available in my privacy policy and within the app. No personally identifiable information is ever sent.

Redesigned UI
– The app has had a bit of a facelift with new colours, icons, and layout.
– Updated settings page with more detailed options for notifications
– Brand new onboarding experience to walk you through enabling library access, Spatial Audio, playlist generation, and notifications
– Improved UI on iPad including additional padding for readability, keyboard shortcuts, and support for trackpad pointers

Scanning Improvements
– The process of scanning for changes is around 10-20x faster than the previous version of the app

Other Changes
– Additional metadata that is tracked: album artist, disc number, track number, and Spatial Audio status
– Minor diacratic changes are now ignored (i.e. a genre updating from Electrónica to Electronica will no longer show as a change)
– Fixed some issues with sort filters when viewing deleted tracks
– Fixed an issue with review prompts being shown too frequently
– Lots of other UI improvements and minor fixes

4/5 - (153 votes)

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