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We have 2 reviews for bliss. The average overall ratings is 3.5 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: I was moving my music from an iTunes library and Bliss had got some good reviews. Installation was easy and after about 20 mins it advised my free allocation of fixes had been used up and that I would need to purchase a '250 Fix' license. I jumped onto Paypal, ordered the license and then applied it. I was impressed by the '30 day satisfaction guarantee'. The system started up again and it quickly told me it had consumed the '250 fix' license and that I would need 20 more fixes so I purchased the '2500 Fix' license, It turns out it couldn't fix a bunch of items anyway (some obscure like kids Kindamusic CDs but also a bunch of common Beatles albums). It eventually left me with 2456 fixes left (so used 44 of my 2500 and all of my 250) so I went about requesting a refund on the 250 as the 2500 was more than enough. At that point I was told that I could only get a refund on the 250 OR 2500 if I purchased the unlimited fixes (more again).
Pros: Intuitive / easy to use without instruction. Claimed 30 day refund / satisfaction guarantee (haven't tried it yet) for when the software lies and misrepresents / incorrectly calculates the subscription level you need.
Cons: Poor support, doesn't fix some very common titles but most importantly it should scan the entire library and tell you what it CAN fix and then advise which license you need (maybe also next level up if you are likely close) but it lies about which one you need so you then need to purchase more and no easy upgrade between license levels.
Overall Opinion: Although the site itself is a bit technical in its attempt to explain just what it does and how it does, the overall goal is clear-- the organization of your music library. Bliss is downloadable through many different platforms including Windows, Macs, Linux, and VortexBox, serving numerous potential customers. The download itself is free, but if there are any issues that arise, such as bugs, they do charge you for them to fix the problems. However, upon installing the software, they do offer you 100 free first fixes. There are three payment plans. Unlimited, which is the most popular, charges you $79 and is an annual payment. It gives you an unlimited amount of available fixes along with a year's supply of updates. This plan along with the other two comes with a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee, which is excellent for those who wish to try the site and see if it fits their style of music browsing and playing. Downloading is easy, and once you place the parameters in which you want Bliss to organize your music, use of the software is simple, too. It takes organizing out of your hands and allows you to listen to music rather than hunting down cover art and dragging music files to certain genres. For those who listen to music frequently and have messy libraries, this software is a boon to clutter and organization.
Pros: Multi-Platform Personalization of Organization Parameters Automatic Organization of New Music
Cons: Sometimes Slow for Large Libraries Pay to Fix Bugs Technical Jargon
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