Windows only: Popular iTunes-alternative MediaMonkey updates to version 3.1 today, bringing a giant list of fixes and improvements that include friendlier full-text search, iPod Shuffle 3G support, performance boosts (due in no small part to multicore processing support, says CNET), better album art rendering, and smoother syncing. In short, if you're already a MediaMonkey junkie (many of you are—and we like it, too), it's worth a download. [MediaMonkey]
MediaMonkey Updates, Improves Performance, Adds Full-Text Search
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