beaTunes, the app that tidies up your music library and aids in playlist-building, just released a new version that brings improved graphics to PC owners in the form of better HiDPI support (you can think of HiDPI as the Windows equivalent of Apple’s Retina display standard).
For beaTunes 32-bit users, the update also frees you from having to use QuickTime, which Apple recently ended security update support for on Windows, leaving it vulnerable for the foreseeable future.
We’re fans of beaTunes, and think it’s a great way to fix and standardise those pesky ID3 tags in your music collection. The new version is a welcome update for Windows users with screens that support HiDPI too.
• beaTunes 4.6 is now available. Check the beaTunes website for more details.
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