This file management application will import tracks from your computer and from iTunes and will complete a playlist.
From this point on, you can perform various tasks and view extensive information about your music.
The first capability of MusicBee is of course, playback, supported by the fact you can easily find the music you want to hear. Regarding track information found in tags, you have the possibility of adding metadata to your music using various tools. The information can also be taken from Internet databases.
Furthermore, MusicBee offers you some other interesting possibilities, such as creating a party playlist, importing audio files from CDs (synchronizing and ripping), customizing MusicBee with plugins, using advanced audio tools and many other features you will discover along the way.
MusicBee benefits from a community forum, so you can ask for advice or information whenever you want to find out something about the application.
Other actions you can take in MusicBee are viewing album artwork, queuing tracks, editing ID3 tags, using search functions, managing filters, creating a new library, viewing play history and importing/exporting subscriptions and radio stations.
All these features require a moderate amount of system resources, and MusicBee works quite fast and error-free.
MusicBee has many other features to unfold, but even after a quick review, you know it is an excellent choice for anyone looking to manage and play music using a variety of options.
This application is versatile and intuitive, and it will change for many users the way they imagine listening to music and organizing audio files.
Changes in MusicBee 2.4
- Update to remove SSL3 protocol for https connections due to the "Poodle" vulnerability. This update is required for last.fm logons to work.
- Also addresses an issue with locked MTP devices causing MusicBee to run at very high CPU and memory usage.
- See full list of changes here
MusicBee has a fresh, modern user interface, which is extremely intuitive and easy to use.