Customer Reviews of Tag Editor - Page #3
Great App - When dark mode?
Great app. Please add a dark theme mode. Thanks in advance!
By SweMusician on Feb 21, 2021, Sweden
Ogg editor is needed
Good. But ogg editor is needed.
By Wujidadi on Feb 20, 2021, Taiwan
DIe Software erlaubt durch Ihre Tabellenfunktion rasches Bearbeiten aller Zellen
By KVANTSCH on Feb 19, 2021, Germany
The accolades are all true
This will be the last tag editor I ever use. Yes, it's just that good. I especially like the file renamer feature. If you have a huge digital music collection, this app will be your new best friend.
By WillCate1960 on Feb 14, 2021, USA
Fa veramente il suo lavoro e a ma risulta comodissima.
By iGhery on Feb 13, 2021, Italy
Best mp3 meta data editor by miles
By Zaflon on Feb 11, 2021, UK
Best music file tagging app !!!
I have been using this app for several years and it is perfect. I really mean this and have tested several. I have a big music collection which I have now on my hard disk. Correct tagging is essential to be able to find all songs and music. THIS IS THE ONLY APP YOU NEED TO TAG YOUR MUSIC FILES!!
By PKDE on Feb 02, 2021, Sweden
Makes Life Really Easy
The best app to easily correctly sort out the tags of your music. My whole music collection all standardised now.
By user8102 on Jan 29, 2021, UK
Music file tagging at ease
This app makes file tagging easier. As well as file untagging. It is customisable, and it can change the file names from within the app. Very useful for when file names really are off (like when you encounter Songs Spelled Like This In Languages Other Than English).
By PAJA63 on Jan 27, 2021, Sweden
Easy to use
It's a very good tag editor, and very easy to use. If you use this app first time, make it as wide as possible. Sometimes I forgot to set the 'Album Artist', because it wasn't visible :D
By JackOoohLantern on Jan 18, 2021, Hungary
Great for Podcast Production
It's so convenient to batch process and see your metadata arrayed on a grid. This app greatly reduces the oops factor that results in omitted tags. Most podcasters think their programs will always play online or through a podcast app that displays show notes as intended. But, even if you never intended to authorize downloads as mp3s, many browsers support it anyway. Having your branding, descriptions, copyright statement, and URLs embedded in the file itself should not be overlooked. This app will help keep you on top of that.
By BobKalk on Jan 16, 2021, USA