Music Bee is a Powerful, Easy-to-Use Music Manager

Music_BeeDespite the many great media players out there, MusicBee earns itself a spot high on the list with super tagging, managing, browsing, ripping, syncing and converting powers, all on top of an intuitive interface familiar to any iTunes user.

MusicBee is a free download, Windows only.

Windows only MusicBee positions itself as the media player for those that want more than what iTunes has to offer but don’t need extensive customization. Not only does it have the basics that all music managers should have, such as a library manager, extensive tagging features, metadata finding, file organizing, and CD ripping, it can sync to virtually any device out there (including iPhones and iPod touches) as well as powerful conversion tools and a built-in web browser.

The features include things like built-in scrobbling and customizable hotkeys. In addition, it sports a UI that is very similar to iTunes but with a few extra panes like a Quick Finder, Web-based players and the coveted “Now Playing” area.

It automatically imports your iTunes library so you can get listening right away. If you’re already happy using something like MediaMonkey or foobar2000, it’s doubtful MusicBee will change your mind—but if you’ve been itching to switch from iTunes with minimal hassle or you’re sick of the still overly-buggy but very similar Songbird, MusicBee is definitely worth a download.


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