Music Tagger automatically updates the Media Store Database when changes have been made to files to ensure changes reflect on all other media applications. Please take note that some music players use their own databases and may take longer to reflect changes to files, a manual update may need to be invoked within the application if it is possible.
Music Tagger Currently supports the following file formats MP3, FLAC , M4A and MP4 audio files only.
NOTE: This is a BETA Application it is currently still in development.
READ: If you are running KitKat writing to external storage will not work unless you have rooted your device and applied the SD card permissions fix. This is due to Google removing external write permissions from 3rd party apps on Android.
✓ 2 Themes-Dark and light
✓ 6 Theme Color
✓ Seamless Integration with Marine Music Player
✓ Complete Material design
✓ Batch Edit Playlist songs
✓ Auto Music Tagger, automatic Music Tagger
✓ Manual editing currently supports MP3s,FLAC, M4A and MP4-Audio
✓ Reading and editing Appropriate ID3v3 tags
✓ Batch editing music files and albums
✓ Selective fields when batch editing
✓ Edit by Songs
✓ Edit by Artists
✓ Edit by Albums
✓ Edit by Genre
✓ Edit by Playlist
✓ Applying album art in android database to music files
✓ Batch applying album art in android database to music files
✓ Applying album art from storage to files.
✓ Updates Android Media Store after changes are made to MP3, M4A,MP4-Audio and FLAC tags.
✓ Reading and editing FLAC tags.
✓ Reading and editing M4A tags.
✓ Reading and editing MP4-Audio tags.
✓ Reading an editing lyrics on MP3 M4A,MP4-Audio and FLAC files
✓ Batch Lyrics Grabbing
✓ Changing character Encoding
✓ Edit through third party file browsers
✓ Built in file browser
✓ Built in Media Scanner
✓ Filename to Tag
If you experience any issues, I'd appreciate it if you would send an email to [email protected] This makes it easier and faster to fix bugs or make changes based on feedback.
Fails to batch rename files... For example, tried to set all files in one folder to the same music album name.. Did not work, had to do them one by one, which is too slow when dealing with a lot of albums.