Best out there... I have tried many MPs tag editors, all of which have problems / don't work. This one is excellent. Consistently works well. Has a couple of fields missing, but would recommend to anyone. I have only used free version... The ads are on a bar at the top, but not that noticeable.
Saved so much hassle! Very impressed, felt I was back to my iPhone & governed by iTunes doing what it wants with music files. This programme used properly does a great job & has saved me so much hassle, complete every field in every tab & you'll be fine. Rebooting the phone helps. Using HTC One with PowerAmp Pro, this app also flirted tracks out of folders & this app sorted again, paid to support developer, great work. Old & confused, why can't music playing apps just leave tracks in the named folder, no need for tagging then.
It is what it says it is I finally solved a several year old problem of having disorganized music on my android. I tried other apps and couldn't get the hang of them. This one did exactly what I needed!
Leaving the App Causes it to Malfunction!! If you leave the app while editing a file, you won't be able to continue where you left off. In fact, the app won't read the file at all...forcing you to download the file again!!
Working well I've been having problems with my mp3s on my toyota jbl sound system where they are not showing up with proper tags (album. Artist ) unlike when the files are on my android phone. Tried quite a few other taggers none worked. However, this one was the only one that worked properly and allowed me to tag my mp3s which now show up properly...
Did exactly what I wanted it to do Of all the tagging apps I tried (and uninstalled) this is the only one that easily let me edit entire albums/folders in one action. Like a lot of Poweramp users, I had a problem with it grouping different artists 'greatest hits' as they shared an album name. This app allowed me to rename those albums to stop this happening. Functionality wise, this is five stars but its interface is definitely substance over style and I imagine the system path approach might be a bit daunting to some.
v6.3.1 - reduced number of permissions needed, accidentaly introduced in 6.3.0
v6.3.0 - bug fix for crash on choosing Start folder in Preferences
v6.2.9 - bug fix for crash on startup
v6.2.1 - support for external SD card on Lollipop