Review: With its great interface, NeatMP3 for Mac organizes your MP3s

Rename and sort your music files easily with this efficient tag editor and MP3 organizer.

NeatMP3 for Mac's features, while not extensive, help users better manage and catalog their music collection. The program lets users edit and add song and artist information to file names automatically, making it easier to group files in a more accurate and systematic folder structure.

NeatMP3 for Mac installs quickly and opens into a very basic but straightforward interface, which lacks any real graphics. Fortunately, the features are labeled well and most users will have no problem using it right off the bat. Users can add and remove files from the program using buttons in the upper-right corner, which are easy to identify. A large window displays a list of the song files imported. A settings area contains drop-down menus allowing changes to how the files are organized and renamed. The options for new names include listing by artist and title, as well as others adding year and album information. You can also manually or automatically fix files with incomplete tags very easily. Designating the output folder is also easily accomplished through a file path box or a "Browse" button that brings up a finder window. During testing, files added into the program quickly, and pressing the easy to locate "Start" button completed the renaming quickly.

As a fully-functional application for reading and renaming a large number of poorly-labeled music files, NeatMP3 for Mac would be useful to any user looking for a better way to sort their music collection.

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