Although it's pretty easy to download music tracks through services such as iTunes or Napster, many of us prefer to purchase CDs to update our existing collection. Forthcoming movie download stores won't erase the market for DVDs - it might make them a little cheaper though.
However, many of us can't actually remember the DVDs we have in our collection. How many of you have been at your local HMV, browsing and buying DVDs from their mega-sale, only to get home and find you already owned the DVD?
MediaMan is a fantastic media manager that enables you to catalogue your audio CDs, movie DVDs, books and games. Once you've added a product to your collection, MediaMan extracts information from Amazon, so you can download a visual overview of each product in your collection. head to the download page for more information and, remember, let us have your feedback.
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