Edit your Mp3 song tags with Fixtunes

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People have been using different kind of software and applications to edit their MP3 song tags. This usually helps them to organize everything properly and “find and play’ songs within a matter of seconds.

I have found a new easy to use tool that makes sure to automatically download song information from an online data so that you don’t have to edit each song’s information yourself. With FixTunes, your entire music collection can be fixed and organized with just a few clicks. Here’s how it works:

For those of you who believe in doing things manually can also take advantage of FixTunes. It allows you to easily type in the information you want directly or search the music database from within the FixTunes program.

Since it searches the database automatically it naturally makes it easy to browse directly to the correct artist, album, song combination. In addition to that FixTunes will read and save both ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags to your MP3 song files including artist, album, title, track, year genre, comments and album cover art.

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Furthermore, FixTunes will automatically download the album cover art images for your songs from the Internet and add them to your files. FixTunes uses a huge music database with information on over 4 million songs, albums and artists. It simply looks up the missing information in your songs so you don’t have to type it in.

Key features

  • Easy to Use
  • Huge Music database
  • Provides correct online catalog information
  • Automated organization
  • Rename and Organize Your Music Library
  • Edit MP3 Song Tags easily.

Download FixTunes

2 Responses to “Edit your Mp3 song tags with Fixtunes”

  1. Kelly says:

    Thanks for checking out FixTunes, Umar! We want to make organizing your music a fast, easy process. I created a discount code for your first 10 readers called “Techtites” that will make FixTunes 20% off. Let me know if you have any questions or suggestions by emailing me at kelly [at] fixtunes [dot] com.

  2. Darwin says:

    I have a large music collection, not quite 40k tracks but its up there! Hopefully I can find some use for this type of software, I’ll give it a try.
    Thanks!

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