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How to Edit MP3 Tags on Android Phone

Posted by on May 27, 2013

MP3 tags are files that are encoded into MP3 files. These tags usually contain information such as song title, artist, album name, and song’s length. They are useful in MP3 player for keeping music organized.

Once you add or edit music tags, the tags will display in your music player. However, the Android mobile operating system does not natively support the editing of music tags.

Fortunately, there are a number of apps available in the Android Market that allows you to edit and create custom tags.

If you want to add or edit mp3 tags on your smartphone, then I suggest you to use iTag app that can be downloaded for free at Google Play Store.

iTag is the most popular android mp3 tag editing app on android market. The most cool thing about this app is that it provides search bar, which makes it easy to find song that needs tagging. Another cool thing is that it can find songs automatically and thus doesn’t require a manual selection.

How to edit MP3 tags with iTag

  • After installing iTag, run the app and then tap on ‘Songs’ to browse the song list that you want edit for.
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  • Tap on the song name that you want to edit its tags.
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  • Tap on the field you wish to edit (artist, album, genre or year). Type the desired information in the field. Once done, scroll down and tap “Save” to save the changes.
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  • Now, open your music app to see the changes.