beaTunes is more than just a replacement for Mac's iTunes to play your favorite music. This program also provides you with various features to help you analyze your music collection, organize your songs, and so much more.
You can import your iTunes library or any music folder from your Mac. Then, you can use beaTunes to analyze the loaded song and find duplicates or wrongfully spelled tune titles.
Another great aspect is that you can configure the player to automatically skip certain segments from your songs and play only the tune parts you like. Not many audio players provide you with this helpful feature.
A disadvantage is that the utility might take a while to import new songs into your current library, even when loading a small number of audio files. Furthermore, the program occasionally uses many CPU resources, especially when syncing the stored music with your iTunes library.
To conclude, I'd say it's worth trying beaTunes on your Mac, especially if you're dealing with a large music collection. It might work faster on your computer and its built-in features would definitely help you organize your music library a lot easier than with other default Mac tools.
- Provides you with an accurate music analysis
- You can inspect your iTunes library or any music folder from your Mac
- Brings you an audio player
- Provides you with various playback options
- It might take a while to load new content in the existent library
- Occasionally uses many CPU resources