Mp3tag is now available in the Mac App Store
This situation has now come to an end: A Mac version of the app is now available. Mp3tag for macOS is im Mac App Store available as a universal binary. The program runs natively on Intel Macs as well as Mac mini M1, MacBook Air M1 and MacBook Pro M1. The Mac app offers the same range of functions as its Windows counterpart. Mp3tag supports all common audio formats, for example MP3, AAC, FLAC and OGG as well as WAV, AIF and OPUS, and their respective tag variants such as ID3, APE and Vorbis Comments. You can also query the Discogs and MusicBrainz online databases.
In addition to editing metadata such as title, artist or album, Mp3tag offers the option of adding cover images to the music files. In addition, files can be renamed using the tags, and metadata can be generated from file names. A major difference to the Windows variantwhich is available for free, however: Mp3tag for macOS costs 21.99 euros. A trial version is available, it can be used for a total of seven days. At least macOS 10.14.6 Mojave is required.
macOS 11.3: Safari plays WebM videos
Like many other browsers, Safari can handle a variety of graphics, audio and video formats. So far, however, the list has not included the WebM (Wikipedia) developed by Google more than ten years ago. That will almost certainly change as soon as the final version of macOS 11.3 appears. Apple has expanded Safari to include support for the container format in the current beta of the Mac operating system. WebM is a license-free alternative to H.264, but is no longer used that often on websites. However, it can be found on some Wikipedia pages. It is not known whether the format will also be supported in the iOS version of Safari on iPhones and iPads in the future.