If you’re a digital music fan, you may be interested in shareware developer three-2-one’s latest announcement. The company has released a new version of
ID3X, an editor designed to manipulate the ID3 tags embedded in MP3 formatted music files. Version 2.3.6 is now available for download.
ID3X enables you to change and manipulate the information in MP3 files that identifies title, artist and other information about the music you’re listening to. This information is displayed in MP3-capable applications, like Apple’s free iTunes software.
The company indicated that the latest revision to ID3X includes “important bug fixes” and encourages all Mac users who use the software to download the new version.
Changes to ID3X version 2.3.6 include:
improved: consumes only one quarter of memory for buffering data in comparison to version 2.3
bug fix: OS X: Folder icons created with the “Batch cover and back images” batch show up instantaneously
Faster navigation between folders
other bug fixes
ID3X 2.3.6 is Carbonized and runs on Mac OS 8.6 or higher (with CarbonLib 1.5), including Mac OS X. The software costs US$15 to register.