September 30 2009 - 12:16 pm

UPDATED: De-Genre v3.0

Macworld's Chris Breen mentioned De-Genre in his recent column and it occurred to me that I should freshen that one up.

De-Genre v3.0 re-assigns the Library tracks of selected Genres to another Genre so that the original—and consequently un-assigned—Genres disappear from iTunes' Genre pop-up list. This latest version runs as universal binary and includes the aforementioned freshening-up of code.

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