Tags Editor is the main app screen where you can edit metadata for the audio files. You can activate this screen by tapping on the audio file located in the "Local files" or located in the cloud storage.

 

Tags editor has "single-file mode" and "batch mode". 

With "batch mode" you can edit several files at once and change common metadata easily. To activate batch mode scroll to the bottom of the screen and tap on the "Edit several files simultaneously" button. 

 

In "single-file mode" scroll the artwork view to move between files. Tap the "Camera" icon to change album artwork for the current file. Tap "Find missing audio tags" to find metadata information on the internet and fill it in for the current audio file. 

Once you complete metadata editing tap on the "Save" button in the top right corner to save changes for the selected files. If you edit metadata for the file located in the cloud there are several options available after you save your changes. You can configure app behavior for this case in the settings.

Automatically update file's metadata on a cloud service:

 

"Show confirmation message" - when this option is enabled, the application will show a confirmation message before updating the file's metadata on a cloud service.

 

"Automatically update file's metadata" - when this option is enabled, the application will automatically update the file's metadata on a cloud service.

 

"Do not update file's metadata" - when this option is enabled, the application will not update the file's metadata on a cloud service.