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Metadatics review: Forget iTunes, this is a better way to tag your music files

Kirk McElhearn | May 5, 2015
If you work hard to ensure that the music files in your iTunes library are tagged exactly right, you may be frustrated with iTunes' tools for doing this. The iTunes 12 Info window--the one that displays when you select tracks and press Command-I--is less efficient than that of previous versions, and while there used to be a way to display the old-style window, you can no longer do so.

My only criticism of Metadatics is that I find the overall interface of the app to be a bit spartan. This can be a daunting app, because of all its features, and a bit of design might make it easier to work with.

Bottom line

If you're the type of person who needs a tool like this, you'll quickly recognize how powerful Metadatics is. I've only touched on the most commonly used tools in this review: Metadatics has many more tricks up its sleeves, so if you care about your music files' tags, this app can save you a lot of time.

 

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