So, you have a new Mac and would like move your content, including Anytune.
See How to move your content to a new Mac: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT204350.
Install Anytune on new Mac
- Open the App Store app on your Mac.
- Search for "Anytune"
- Download Anytune again
You must be signed in to the same AppleID you used to make the original purchase
Normally, Apple will not allow you to purchase something you already own. You should see "Download" instead of a price in the store.
In rare occurrences, or if you delete Anytune, you may need to reboot your Mac and/or logout/in of your App Store app before the App Store app realizes Anytune can be downloaded again.
- Open App Store app
- Menu > Store > Sign Out
(Restart your Mac)
- Menu > Store > Sign In
Restore Anytune data on new Mac
Anytune allows you to save your song data (settings, lyrics, notes and marks), for all or a single song, to iCloud or a file. This allows you to share your music meta data across your devices or with your friends.
Anytune does not save your song files to iCloud, it only saves the data. Data syncing works like a backup and restore. First, backup your song data, then restore the song data to matching songs on whichever device has the same song files. The songs must be there first.
See "Sharing (Syncing) Song Data" for the details on iOS. Same applies to Mac.
Restore data on Mac
- Make sure the songs on your old Mac are now on your new Mac
- Tap Cloud , OR
File > Config Import > Import From iCloud... in Anytune on your new Mac
- Look for the most recent Backup
- Click Restore All
Moving Anytune Container
Mac Applications save their internal data to a "Container". If you have saved songs directly into Anytune, you can manually move the container from one Mac to another. Anytune's container is ~/Library/Containers/com.anystonetech.Anytune-Mac.
This folder will appear as "Anytune" instead of "com.anystonetech.Anytune-Mac" on Big Sur and greater.