SuperSync on Tuesday released
2.0, a new version of their music library sync software for Mac OS X. SuperSync costs $29 for a two-machine license.
SuperSync lets users synchronize their music libraries between computers over the Internet. It’s compatible with iTunes, offers backup functionality, can act as a basic audio player and more.
New to 2.0 is a redesigned file transfer window, support for Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) routers, support for Unicode and long file names and improved iTunes integration.
System requirements call for Mac OS X or Windows and 512MB RAM. For Internet WAN access, a UPnP-enabled router is recommended.