iFolderer – Quick Way To Create iTunes Playlist [Mac]

iFolderer – Quick Way To Create iTunes Playlist [Mac]

Apple has done their best to make playlists creation process a bit easier for users, they even introduced the smart playlist feature but many users still find creating playlists a difficult process. iFolderer wants to change all that.

It is a simple tool with drag & drop interface. You just need to drag and drop any folder containing music files and it will automatically create a playlist out of it. The playlist can then be accessed from the left sidebar of iTunes.

If your folder has few sub-folders containing more music files, they will be displayed in the exact same order in iTunes. In short, the whole folder structure will remain intact. When you use this tool, each CD folder will become a Playlist folder. They will be arranged just like they are in your hard disk.

I would request the developer to create a Windows version as well since this tool is the fastest way to create iTunes playlist so far.

Download iFolderer

It works on Mac OS X. In case you are wondering, it is developed by the same author behind previously reviewed All2MP3. Enjoy!

Convert APE, MPC, FLAC, WV, OGG, WMA, AIFF, WAV to MP3 On Mac OS X

Convert Any Audio To Mp3 On Mac

I am not a Mac expert but consider a scenario where you are using a Mac and someone send you a music in windows media audio(.wma format) or any other format, how are you supposed to convert it to mp3?

First off, there is a quick solution if you are using VLC Media Player. Open it, go to Media > Convert/Save, add any music file, and hit Convert/Save button. Now enter the destination folder and file complete with .mp3 extension, finally select Audio(MP3) from Settings and hit Start. You will now get an mp3 audio file.

Another method is to use a free tool called All2MP3 which can convert audio formats such as, APE, MPC, FLAC, WV, OGG, WMA, AIFF, and WAV to MP3 format.

You just need to add the music files, select the quality and hit Convert.

Screenshot above is taken from MacUpdate.

This tool was reported as quite buggy but the latest version is said to be stable.
Download All2MP3

It works on Mac OS X 10.4 and later. Enjoy!