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We have 3 reviews for MediaMonkey. The average overall ratings is 3.7 / 5 stars.
Overall Opinion: As I have stated, it used to be good, now it's just crap!, It constantly doubles up tracks, loses and misses tracks in the library, I upgraded it to access folders, but it's just not worth the £2,49 i paid- stick to vlc player. :(
Pros: it used to be good, now it's just crap
Cons: constantly doubles up tracks, loses and misses tracks in the library
Overall Opinion: Best of breed except that it will not save Rating to tags. Serious deficiency. You lose all of your painstakingly developed ratings if you have to reinstall the software or clear and rescan the library
Overall Opinion: Audiophiles and music connoisseurs will be delighted to know that there's software out there to help them manage their enormous music libraries. With MediaMonkey, one can even do this for free. The software comes equipped with all the bells and whistles one would expect of a modern music player, plus the special focus on automatic organization of huge collections. It supports syncing between desktop and mobile devices, and the software recently added support for Android Auto, which is a version of the operating system for cars. The desktop version of the software currently supports Microsoft Windows operating systems. Enhanced functionality for superusers can be acquired by purchasing the "Gold" version of the software, which starts at $24.95 for a current-version license. A lifetime license with full access to future version upgrades costs $49.95.
Pros: The basic version of the software is free
Cons: Does not appear to support Apple Mac OS X or Linux desktop operating systems
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