eTunes is a small Windows application whose purpose is to help you organize your music collection using deletion, searching, renaming, and ID3 editing features.
Prior configuration settings
When you run the utility for the first time, you are asked to select the folder that contains the target audio files. In addition, you can show or hide gridlines in the main panel, allow the selection of multiple songs, as well as load the song list at startup.
Clean feature lineup
eTunes impresses with its intuitive layout that allows you to set up the configuration settings on the fly, making you almost forget that there’s no support for a help manual.
The tool simply creates a list with the songs detected in the target directory and provides information about the artist, title, filename and album. Refreshing the information can be done with a single click.
Song management tasks
eTunes gives you the possibility to edit ID3 tags by providing information about the artist, title, album, track, year, and comments.
What’s more, you can quickly identify an audio file in the list using the built-in search engine, sort the files by title, artist or filename, play the selected song via your default audio player, as well as create user-defined playlists, which can be deleted or renamed.
You can make the application show a random number of songs directly in the main window, rename or delete items, as well as open the Properties panel with details about the current file.
Needs further improvements
eTunes doesn’t come with support for advanced features that could help you rename songs using batch processing, convert audio files to different file formats, automatically retrieve information about each audio file from the Internet, and look for duplicate files, just to name a few suggestions.
All things considered, eTunes provides nothing more than basic audio utilities for helping you manage your song collection, and is suitable especially for less experienced users.