Mark Malson has released an update for AutoTagX, bringing it to version 2.6. AutoTagX is an MP3 utility designed for organizing MP3 music files with consistent tags and labels. The update features improved tag functions. According to Mark Malson:
Mark Malson is very pleased to announce an update of AutoTagX(tm) to version 2.6 for Mac OS X.
AutoTagX(tm) automatically tags and organizes your MP3 files with the simplicity of drag-and-drop and the power of internet music databases. AutoTagX(tm) is what tagging on the Mac should be like.
Version 2.6 adds some new features that will allows you even more flexibility:
- Allows you to tag compilations, putting each of the various artists into their respective tracks
- Added flexible naming of title tags, so you can include things like the track number right in the tag
- Others too
You can find more information about the latest AutoTagX release at the Mark Malson Web site. AutotagX 2.6 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$12.95.