If you love music, you know how bad it feels when an audio file isn't properly tagged. Moreover, if you have a big library of music files and all of them aren't accurately tagged, it totals to a complete disaster. At least, for me, it does. But wait, what's that tag thing I'm talking about? Simply put, an MP3 tag or an ID3 tag is the informational data about an audio file. In case of songs, it would be the information like song name, artist name, album name, etc. It's also known as metadata. For me, it's important that each song in my playlist has correct metadata; after all, I don't want to be listening to AC/DC when the music player identifies it as Metallica. Besides, the lyrics app don't show correct lyrics if metadata isn't correct. How can you correct an audio file with wrong metadata? The answer is by using a tag editor app. Sure, you'll have to do it one by one for each file, and if you have a lot of them, it's going to take time. But if you love your music as much as I do mine, then you won't mind it at all. There's plenty of MP3 tag editors on the Google play store. So, I bring you three of my favorite MP3 Tag Editors for Android devices. Don't miss: 3 Free Music Apps You Should Definitely Try
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