Tag Editor Free is handy spreadsheet for tagging and renaming of audio files. Organize your music in easy and clear way:
• Load tags from files and folders names
• Edit, copy, paste, find and replace tags
• Clean up tags of useless characters, spaces and wrong encoding
• Rename files automatically

All these actions can be done in one window, using keyboard shortcuts, and with full control over your changes.

“A no muss, no fuss OS X application for audio file tagging” - Softpedia

Tag Editor Free supports ID3 tags for MP3, WAV, AIFF, FLAC, and MP4 tags for MP4 and M4A (Apple lossless) files. You can edit Album, Album Artist, Artist, Artwork, Audio Codec, Audio Format, Bit Rate (kbps), BMP (Tempo), Channels, Comment, Composer, Copyright, Disc Number, Encoded By, Genre, Grouping, Key, Title, Track Number and Year tags.

Technical information, such as Duration, Extension, File Name, Folder, Path, Sample Rate (Hz), Size, Tag Format and others can be displayed and used for creation of tags.

Tag Editor Free can in automatic mode:

• Create tags from filenames and paths
• Rename files
• Load artworks from local folders
• Clean tags of extra spaces and characters
• Fix case to unify tags

Select cells with tags, and apply an action to all of them at once:

• Edit, clear, copy, paste
• Find, replace
• Set artworks - drop image from browser, Finder or just paste it
• Rename files by typing
• Fix encoding by choosing suitable one from the list

To increase workflow’s effectiveness and speed:

• Manage the app by keyboard shortcuts – to speed up tagging and renaming
• Switch to full-screen mode – to maximize effectiveness of the desktop space usage
• Sort, Filter and change columns’ appearance - to focus on relevant content only
• Select single cell, multiple cells, columns, rows or entire sheet - to apply an action
• Listen songs within the editor - to check if tags are relevant
• Revert and Save - to control changes

Tag Editor Free is free to download and use. However, it has limitations for a number of downloadable from network tags and for batch changes. Rapid Tagging unlocks these limitations and provides even more productivity for quick tagging and renaming large audio collections:

• Download tags from network – even if your music do not have any tags
• Speed up your workflow – process and save hundreds of files at once.

Rapid Tagging subscription is available monthly for $5.99 or yearly for $14.99.

“… your music collection will become a highly organized and easily searchable one” – mac.informer

Price may vary by location. Subscriptions will be charged to your credit card through your iTunes account. Your subscription will automatically renew unless canceled at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. You will not be able to cancel the subscription once activated. Manage your subscriptions in Account Settings after purchase.


Please, email to about feature requests or any problems. We always glad to improve our applications for your needs. If you like “Tag Editor Free”, a review on the App Store would be very appreciated.

What's New

Version 1.0.8

• improvements for loading tags from MusicBrainz
• improvements and bug fixes for renaming
• various bug and stability fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4 out of 5

165 Ratings

165 Ratings

Whats Not To Like?

Danny Dredz

I almost deleted the program because it said free and it was asking me to subscribe. I really glad I didn’t. I have thousands of music files and when it comes to organization I’m some kind of nut. As with most things you have to put in some kind of work. After a couple of weeks I decided to pay, wow this thing is really fast and helpful. Not for lazy people, some songs some people never heard of tag it yourself. Some editors only work within their applications i.e. iTunes outside of their system your tags don’t work. I download a ton of reggae all those underscores WHY! it makes me sick to look at them. I love this program quit ur whine n whose doesn’t want to be paid for their work, how else can they make it better?

Tried One Album - Enough to Reject This Program


I wasn’t clear, from the description, if this was soley for my own editing of tags or if it included downloading tags from any music sites to fix poorly tagged files. It doesn’t matter. I tried to load in the files in one folder from one album and that was enough to make me decide to delete the program.

I dragged and dropped one folder containing all the files for one album. That was 19 files. It stopped three times, while reading those files, to ask me to subscribe to the full program. I couldn’t even load one CD’s worth of music without being nagged three times! Once it was done, I looked it over, just in case, then quit it and deleted it. I’m not about to spend my money on an app that has only basic capabilities and nags me that often!

Decent app for what it does, but not worth subscription

UNSC Orac 117

Tried this, seems to work okay for what I needed it for. Notes:

1. If “Album Artist” isn’t set, it defaults to the Album, not the Artist, which seems counter-intuitive.
2. Wouldn’t mind paying for it “as-is”, but a subscription for an app that hasn’t been updated in over a year, when there isn’t really a “need” to constantly update the app to “keep up with the industry” (so to speak), is… excessive - especially when the app doesn’t appear to provide any features that I can’t otherwise accomplish by other means. I don’t follow/subscribe to the Microsoft model of paying for the “privilege” of using a particular app/brand.
3. The repeat reminder prompts every “n” songs is… “disruptive”, but doesn’t otherwise appear to prevent the app from functioning.

As for the reviews that aren’t otherwise posting any useful information about the app… get over it. -_-


8.3 MB
Age Rating
Rated 4+
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