Anytune Mac.app is the Trial version of Anytune for Mac, available outside the Mac App Store. The Trial version numbers match the Mac App store versions.
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Download the latest Anytune Mac.app DMG: Anytune Mac 2.4.3
See Compatibility with iOS (iPhone), iPadOS and macOS versions for minimum macOS requirements. Running macOS 10.14.6 and earlier? Click here.
Update Anytune Mac
- Click here to download Anytune Mac to your Mac.
- Quit Anytune Mac if it is running.
- Open AnytuneMac.dmg and drag the Anytune Mac.app into the Applications folder.
- Replace the existing version by clicking Replace.
Note: You could rename the current Anytune Mac.app file initially and delete it later. If you choose to “Keep Both” the new version will be named Anytune Mac 2.app
Note on Cloud
Anytune remembers all of your settings including tempo, pitch, gain, pan, EQ, and Reframe for each song. Your annotations including marks, loops, notes and lyrics are also included in Anytune’s "song data" or Configuration.
You can save your Config (song data), for all or a single song, to the Cloud or a file (<backup>.atcfg) and share it across your devices or with your friends.
This version of Anytune cannot share iCloud files across your iCloud connected devices because iCloud integration is not allowed by apps not sold through the Mac App Store.
Double click on the Uninstall Anytune Demo.command file found in the DMG, and confirm. This will remove the app from your applications directory and will remove any song settings and marks. Songs that were copied into the Anytune Demo directory will also be removed.
Depending upon your security settings, your Mac may not allow you to execute the script on a double click. In order to work around this you will need to “Ctrl-Click -> Open” the Uninstall Anytune Demo.command in the finder. For more information about Gatekeeper and directions on how to do the ctrl-click open, you can look at: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5290