SuperSync 3.5 Adds iPhone and iPod Library Support

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Oakland, CA, March 3, 2010 - SuperSync 3.5 is a software program that lets music fans visually compare, access and merge iTunes libraries across multiple Macs, PCs, iPods, and iPhones. Released today, version 3.5 adds instant access to all of Apple's iPhone and iPod products. Now users can retrieve, backup and merge their iPod/iPhone music/video collection and playlists into any computer running SuperSync. SuperSync continually strives to enhance and improve its product making it more user-friendly. Additionally, SuperSync continues to meet customers’ needs and adjust accordingly as their devices and platforms change. Here are some the most recent updates: • iPhone and iPod Touch support • Added faster Playlist loading when connecting to a remote SuperSync • New Global Filter preference • Improvements to Meta data synchronization A trial version of SuperSync 3.5 for Mac OSX and Windows is available from:

SuperSync makes it easy to create a master media library and have a subset on computers and laptops around the house. Any new content that is added on one computer can be instantly uploaded to the master library. SuperSync can help reduce the likelihood that two family members will accidentally buy the same Apple Store download. SuperSync also makes it easy to access your home music library while on the road. SuperSync recommends the following system specs for best performance: • OS: Windows 98/Me/NT/2000/XP or Mac OS X 10.2.8 (Jaguar) or higher • Memory: 512MB RAM • Hard Drive Space: 200MB free • Processor Speed: 800 MHz CPU • Network Capabilities: Internet access for online features About Located in Oakland, California, SuperSync is a privately held company founded in 2003. SuperSync is a personal music library synchronization software company, committed to building tools to help access, merge, and synchronize personal music collections. SuperSync is licensed only for reproduction of non-copyrighted materials, materials for which the copyright is owned, or materials users are legally permitted to reproduce.