Tag Editor
Tag Editor
1.0.10

5.0

Tag Editor free download for Mac

Tag Editor

1.0.10
25 February 2019

Handy spreadsheet for quick ID3 tagging.

Overview

Tag Editor is a handy spreadsheet for easy and quick setting, editing and cleaning of ID3 tags. Tag Editor can generate missing tags and artworks and remove extra spaces and characters automatically. You can edit, copy, paste, find and replace multiple tags; rename audio files in batch automatic or manual mode - in one spreadsheet with full control over changes.

Tag Editor supports ID3 tags for MP3, AIFF, WAV, FLAC, and MP4 tags for MP4 and M4A (Apple lossless) files. You can download from online databases and edit manually album, album artist, artwork, artist, comment, composer, copyright, disc#, discs total, genre, title, track #, tracks total, year, BPM (Tempo), key, grouping tags. You can also see and use folder, file name, extension and other attributes of tracks for the creation of tags, as well as rename tracks based on their tags info.

What's new in Tag Editor

Version 1.0.10:
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7 Tag Editor Reviews

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Macintosh-Sauce
26 February 2017

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I purchased the lifetime subscription of this app, Tag Editor, because it is that good. This developer, Amvidia, is reachable via email and email is answered quickly. Youv'e won me over with your app, Amvidia. :) Tag Editor has many features that blow away Toast Titanium for tagging audio files made from CDs.
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Version 1.0.9
WillyMauld
30 November 2019
Especially the tag search by network, deserves to be bought!
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Version 1.0.10
RobairSF
26 November 2019
Tag Editor (combined with Audio Converter) is a great, simple, flexible solution for me. I have a large collection of live music that must be converted from FLAC to MP3 or AAC *and* needs to be tagged correctly and easily. Perfect solution. Highly recommended.
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Version 1.0.10
jasonmclaine
06 November 2019
I was looking for a program which can find by it self all informations plus the cover of every single music file I own, and here it is! It also found information and cover pictures of music files that I thought there wouldn't be any infos. 5 Stars for me!
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Version 1.0.10
joeymccord
23 October 2019
Great product. I've been using tag editors for a decade now and this one is the most complete right out of the gate. Add fast and thoughtful customer service, it's the product I plan to use moving forward.
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Version 1.0.10
Macintosh-Sauce
26 February 2017
I purchased the lifetime subscription of this app, Tag Editor, because it is that good. This developer, Amvidia, is reachable via email and email is answered quickly. Youv'e won me over with your app, Amvidia. :) Tag Editor has many features that blow away Toast Titanium for tagging audio files made from CDs.
Like (4)
Version 1.0.9
michaelbalderstone612
18 December 2014
I just tagged 896 M4As with Tag Editor and very pleased with it :) I was looking long for an tag editor on Mac, since the program i used on my PC is not available on Mac, glad that I found this. Very nice, clean, simple and productive. Just one notice - would be great to auto-generate disc and track numbers somehow - would be a nice feature.
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Version 1.0.5
Lounge-Deluxe
09 December 2014
The trial version asks for the admin password, why o why? Also the trial installer doesn't provide for an uninstall routine, annoying. To me the quite outdated Media Rage still gives the most extensive feature set by far when it comes to tagging music files, Tag Editor is very basic and provides no convenience over iTunes own capabilities for editing tags. YMMV of course.
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Version 1.0.5
1 answer(s)
Amvidia
Amvidia
30 November 2016
Hi Lounge-Deluxe, please note that we've changed installation package extension from .pkg to .dmg. Now the process of installation is faster and doesn't require entering the password.
To uninstall Tag Editor or any other application on Mac OS just open Application folder in Finder, right-click on the application and choose Move to Trash in the contextual menu. Hope it will help, Amvidia
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