Hi, I'm Natali Morris for CNET.
You're watching our coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show, and I'm giving you a first look of TidySongs.
This is something that you buy in a small little USB drive.
You plug it into your computer and it cleans up your iTunes library.
It's a very simple thing, but I had never heard of this company before, so I thought you might be interested in CNET.
So it's gonna go through your iTunes library find duplicate songs; misspelled artists;
misspelled album, tittles; misspelled songs, tittles or maybe even find song that you don't have the album art for and then find that album art for you.
This drive it's-- what's new?
The software has been available for $39 as for awhile, but now the drive is coming out.
So you'll be able to find this at Best Buy or RadioShack.
And again, you just plug it in to your computer and it cleans up your library, so it makes it-- so that when you upload that library onto a portable device, then you don't have to search through whether it's Dave Matthew's Band or The Dave Matthew's Band
or if you have 2 different songs or different versions of the same song.
$39 for this little drive or you can buy the software online.
I'm Natali Morris for CNET.
You've been taking a first look at TidySongs at our coverage of the 2011 Consumer Electronics Show.
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