Originally Posted by Makaveli213
Well there is WMP, Zune, iTunes, Music Match, among others that play music. I can even begin to name them all.
As for the tag editing. There are plenty of free MP3 tag editors out there that can accomplish this task. I have used a couple myself. But as you said it is incorporated. So that helps for sure.
WMP is even worse with their ads - just playing a song for example, you get the nice CD advertisement.
Music Match...boy, that has been awhile. I used that on my good 'ol HP nearly a decade back, and it led me to search for, and find, Winamp, so for whatever reason I didn't like it then...and it's doubtful now.
iTunes...blah. I can't empower them! Nah, but seriously, I haven't heard too much good about it. Zune goes along with this. Besides, I don't want the program built around a specific player, such as the IPod, even if it has since evolved, while there's a better alternative.
Now, the above is not much of a defense, but like I said, I'm all for the alternatives - if someone has something good to say about it! (Vs just listing them...hah!)
Winamp has been good for many years...so whilst I have no ads, I'll be happy, for the moment, buaha!
Oh yeah, and for the third party MP3 tag editors - so true - but why bother when you can have an "all-in-one"? It's the Walmart story, except we're empowering the little guy instead of the large corporations. (