Music Tag Editor for Mac helps you clean up and organize your music by giving you the tools to manage the tags and metadata. You can download album images, display all kinds of song info, and even search for lyrics, all through this program's intuitive interface.
Lyric searches: You can find the lyrics to just about any song through this program. You can even select the service you'd like to search from a list of options including LyricWiki, Lyrics.com, AZLyrics, MetroLyrics, DarkLyrics, and SongLyrics.
Multifunctional: In addition to allowing you to edit the tags on your music files, you can also view all kinds of other information about each file including the file size and type, bit rate and sample rate, date created, and date modified. Downloading album images is another option, and batch editing of tags is supported. The app also includes a color-coding system that lets you know if a file is Clean, Messy or Edited, or Does Not Exist.
Jumbled Help: There is a Help file that comes with this app, but it doesn't really contain much useful information. What is there is a list describing the various buttons in the app, but there is nothing to give you a bit of context to help you understand the various features. Luckily, the interface is straightforward enough that most users will be able to find their way around without issue.
Music Tag Editor for Mac is a convenient program for helping you keep all your music organized. It works smoothly, and the variety of features it offers means that you can see all of your music file data in one place. You can try the program for free with a limit of ten saves, and the full purchase price is $5.99.
Editors' note: This is a review of the trial version of Music Tag Editor for Mac 2.5.1.