Tangerine!

Developer: Karelia Software LLC

Current Version: 1.4.3

Last Updated: 2 years ago

Download Size: 3.4 MB - Download

Description:

Tangerine! lets you easily create playlists of upbeat music, or playlists for relaxing. It works by analyzing the BPM and the beat intensity of your music. Spend your time listening to music, not making playlists.

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Release Notes:

• Fixes a bug where saving a playlist to iTunes 12.0.1 would fail
• OS X Yosemite compatibility improvements

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Most Helpful Reviews

1/5
Version 1.4
Review by David Bahar

AWFUL! - This software is awful! I spent a week analyzing my song BPM + beat intensity using professional grade software. I downloaded Tangerine (and paid 25 bucks!) because I wanted a way to build playlists using the BPM + beat intensity data I collected. I had heard that Tangerine wasn't so accurate in "analyzing" and finding the BPM + beat intensity values, therefore the reason I used professional grade software. Imagine my surprise and horror when I started up Tangerine and it started analyzing all of my songs itself & overwriting all of the data I had spent a week collecting! This is unacceptable behavior! And because Tangerine is so fast it overwrote about 500 of my previously written tags before I could figure out how to stop it. Whoever is developing Tangerine - TWO MUST NEEDED features: ASK the user whether they want Tangerine to analyze all of their songs! AND, put an option in Tangerine preferences to tell Tangerine not to overwrite existing data, if it exists. PLEASE! Save someone else the horror I went through.

Found helpful by 47 out of 52 people

More Reviews for Current Version

1/5
Version 1.4.3
Review by Byrd Nick

The BPM analyzer is way off. - I just ruined by iTunes library by trusting this app’s BPM software. I’ve now got thousands of songs whose BPM ratings are way off. And there’s not even off by the same amount in every case. E.g., a This app marked a 114 BPM, a 141 BPM, a 183 BPM, and a 104 BPM song all as 75 BPM. I’ve no idea how it could get the same erroneous output on so many different songs.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
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