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Perform tasks on a batch of playlists; rename, delete, duplicate, merge, more

OS X 10.10 or later. iTunes only allows one playlist to be selected at a time. This applet can perform common useful tasks on a multiple selection of playlists: rename (add text, remove text, search and replace text), duplicate, delete, export, merge.

Action shot:

Playlist Manager in action

Tools in the Rename tab operate on the selected playlists' names

Latest version:

  • May 22, 2017
  • Fixes compatibility issue with macOS 10.12.5

Further:

Info:

  • This is an Applet
  • file format: Application (Applet)
  • Gatekeeper Security: Authorized Apple Developer ID
  • current version downloads: 108 | total downloads: 5748
  • .zip download size: 527.3K
  • older pre-OS X 10.11 version: direct download
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Current v2.9

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