1. yobil's Avatar
    Hello all, i am using the Samsung Music Player and i am very happy with the interface. I have corrected my music tags and album covers recently using AutomaticTag but i also want to add lyrics in each of my songs. Do you know an app that can do that? I have tried the Star Music Editor and it is just fine but i had to search and add music lyrics one at a time. Hopefully, there is an app that is better in adding music lyrics than that.

    FYI - i dont want to use another app to view lyrics like Musixmatch. I want to add lyrics to my songs and see it if needed while listening using the default Samsung Music App.

    Thanks!
    10-04-2016 04:39 PM
  2. N4Newbie's Avatar
    I can't help but say that, IMO, MusixMatch went from "pretty darned good" to "sucks big time" when they stopped permitting downloading lyrics to your device and went to a heavily (very heavily) ad-supported business model.

    I'll bet the lack of downloadability has to do with licensing issues, but that is just a guess on my part.
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    10-04-2016 04:51 PM
  3. chanchan05's Avatar
    Before I started using Spotify, I embedded lyrics to my song files using MusicBee on my PC.
    10-04-2016 07:45 PM
  4. yobil's Avatar
    Before I started using Spotify, I embedded lyrics to my song files using MusicBee on my PC.
    Can it add lyrics in bulk or do i have to do it one at a time?
    10-04-2016 08:23 PM
  5. Alanhd's Avatar
    Have a look at Mediamonkey for the Pc. The built in lyrics look up is per song but it has addons that will do it in bulk.
    10-05-2016 02:56 PM
  6. pratik9075's Avatar
    Follow this simple steps to add lyrics to your songs!

    1) First of all; search the lyrics on google, and copy it.

    2) *make a .txt (memo) file and paste the lyrics in that file.

    3) Copy the name of the song (mp3 file)
    Rename the txt file. For example you want the lyrics for david_guetta_ft_sia_titanium.mp3 , then you should rename the .txt file to david_guetta_ft_sia_titanium.lrc

    4) The mp3 and the .lrc file must be in the same folder. For example the song is in music folder, so the .lrc file must also be in the music folder. (You can move the .lrc file using the default file manage; (cut and paste)

    5) OPEN YOUR MUSIC PLAYER AND ENJOY…!!

    *you can use any program to create a .txt file such as the default memo/notes app, Kingsoft Office, Polaris office, ES File Explorer, etc.
    09-02-2018 12:14 AM

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