iTag is a popular option in the market and only has a single, free, version. That it is free will without a doubt be the reason for its popularity, as options are a little slim as compared to Audiotagger. This doesn’t mean that the app doesn’t come without its perks. Unlike both Mp3tagger and Audiotagger, iTag finds songs automatically and thus doesn’t require a manual selection. Another unique option is the search bar, which makes it easy to find just that one song that needs tagging. Album art can also be added to a song, which really benefits the usefulness of the app.
The ‘free’ aspect of the app becomes apparent in the limitations of the app. First of all, no batch tagging is available, which can be a real pain on occasions when a long album, or more than one, have to be edited. Furthermore, the available fields to alter are also limited, like with Mp3tagger, although a user is able to add a comment to a song. Also, only MP3 is supported at the moment, although the developer has indicated that AAC support will be added in the (near) future. As this app is well designed and easy in terms of usability, it almost a pity that no paid version is available that is able to overcome the few downsides of the app. Even with all its shortcomings, however, the iTag app is still miles ahead of the free version of Mp3tagger, and has the potential to be the best option in the Android Market.