Shareware developer Tagtraum has released an updated version of its iTunes music utility
beaTunes. According to the company, beaTunes has the ability to analyze the color and tempo (BPM) of your songs, intelligently create playlists of matching songs, corrects your iTunes Music Library (typos, wrong genres, etc.) and let you blog about your playlists. Version 1.1 has an improved user interface, improved support for multi-core systems, introduced match rulesets, and a completely rewritten the blogging component. While the software will work with most song formats in your library, it will not work with songs purchased from the iTunes Store because of the digital rights management encryption. BeaTunes is available for download from the company’s Web site and costs $19.95.