Organize Your Music Files On the Go With This Excellent MP3 Tag Editor

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Star Music Tag Editor

It lacks some fun when you are listening to a song on your device that shows you a blank art cover with no information about its title, artist, genre and other helpful details.

To keep your collection of music files in complete form with useful information and make it easy for browsing by category, you can make use of tag editors to add or edit metadata to the files.

On desktop, both TagScanner and Mp3tag are our Editors' Choice for the best free MP3 tag editor. If you're using an Android device, this mobile app Star Music Tag Editor is an excellent option too.

It allows you to search and save album covers and lyrics to your audio files, and edit most music tags on the go. It is a decent and capable app not noticeably inferior to a powerful desktop tag editor.

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I used to use Mp3tag when I ran a Windows system. I am now a Linux user, and can recommend Puddletag as the open-source/Linux equivalent. It does an excellent job.

For playing, organising and when necessary editing the tags of music tracks on my Android smartphone, I think Rocket Player is among the best. It is if course much more than a tag editor - it is a way of managing all aspects of your music collection

I use Rocket Player too... simple yet efficient. I looked at several other popular players, but Rocket Player suits best for me.