Music Tag Editor is a Mac utility that allows users to customize the information of MP3 audio files and create custom playlists. It is easy to install and the operation can be completed in a few minutes.
Its interface has a standard look, but the main screen seems too dense, and novice users may find it confusing at first. The icons look modern and respond well to user actions, but they could've been a bit more colorful.
As per the app's functionality, individuals can export CSV files, download and manage a multi-image album, and perform batch operations, like renaming files or converting them.
Furthermore, it has a built-in music player, supports iTunes tags, and lets users change and convert tag texts. The supported tags include id3v1, id3v2, xiphComments, APE Tag, Ogg Tags, and ASF Tags.
Overall, Music Tag Editor may seem like a simple application, but it includes lots of features that can be overwhelming for a novice user. There aren't many issues, but there could've been a Guide or Documentation for how to use its functionalities.