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Tool to import playcounts and loved tracks from your account into iTunes

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The itunes-last-export tool allows you import playcounts from to update your iTunes database. It also update in the same time the last played date.


This tool is working on Mac and may work also on Windows but wasn’t tested on this OS.


Install itunes-last-export from the pypi repository:

$ sudo pip3 install itunes-last-export


Start the application using the command:

$ itunes-last-export

The graphical interface shall start, you can then use it.

For information all the cache data is sotred in the .config/itunes_last_export folder of the user.

Install developing version

If you want to use an unofficial version of the itunes-last-export application, you need to work from a clone of this git repository.

  • clone from github

    $ git clone
  • go in the cloned directory

    $ cd itunes-last-export
  • install itunes-last-export in editable mode

    $ pip3 install -e . --user
  • start the application exactly in the same way as installed from pypi. All modifications performed in the cloned repository are taken into account when the application starts.


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