Chaotic Software has updated their MP3 organization tool, MP3 Rage, to version 2.0.1. With the growing popularity of the MP3 format, the number of MP3 players and encoders have also been growing at an alarming rate. MP3 Rage serves as a companion program to help simplify the organization and management of large MP3 collections. According to Chaotic Software:
MP3 Rage 2.0.1 change history:
Fixed a problem that could result in crashes on pre-Mac OS 9.0 systems when searching and downloading music.
Fixed a problem where the MP3 cataloger wouldn't use the song year in some cases.
Fixed a problem where the application could quit expectedly in some rare cases when run the first time.
Added support for regenerating random user information for anonymity (or when your name is already taken).
Added support for using custom user agent strings to allow masquerading as other Napster clients.
Added support for the QDesign MP3 player.
Description for those unfamiliar with MP3 Rage:
MP3 Rage is the definitive collection of tools for MP3 enthusiasts. You can search for and download thousands of MP3s from the Internet using the Napster(tm) music sharing system, edit ID3 tags, play MP3 files, catalog, organize, rename, find, and change thousands of MP3 files and their ID3 tags quickly and painlessly. It does all this with a clean, powerful, and easy-to-use interface.
MP3 Rage is available for US$24.95. You can find more information at the Chaotic Software web site.