SuperSync on Wednesday introduced SuperSync 2.3, a new version of the iTunes sync software. A free update for registered users, SuperSync costs $29 for a two-machine license.
SuperSync moves iTunes content between multiple Macs or PCs. It lets you see the contents of a second iTunes library overlaid on your own library, and lets you copy tracks already not in either library.
The new 2.3 release adds support for TiVo MP3 files as well. TiVo access shows up as a service on any series 2 or series 3 TiVo in your house, and you can use the TiVo’s own IR remote to browse playlists, genres, artists and albums.
Other new features in the 2.3 release include a new help system, improved transfer statistics, more intuitive iTunes playlist transfer, improved compatibility for DAAP music players such as the Rhythmbox, and improved ease-of-use for some features.
Five and ten-machine licenses are available for $39 and $59 respectively.