Wouldn't it be good to have a column display the status of support of the new database format?
From this discussion, I can see that such a column was included at some point but was removed and I cannot find it by sifting through the history. Maybe it's the only one available for Linux, but it should still be listed here as it is a decent manager. Either renaming, or providing a more thorough description below somewhere would be helpful. The Windows table would be much more usefull if it listed which win versions the various programs support.Anyone worth his spit in music and computer industry will know there are better stores out there, in terms of respecting freedom and music quality.An effort should be made to work with non-DRM'd and non-abusive companies like HDtracks and Jamendo.Miakiah (talk) , 14 October 2008 (UTC) Somebody should include this i Tunes alternative completely: Using foobar2000 with the i Pod manager.Nikolaik (talk) , 19 November 2008 (UTC) Media Widget is Media Widget, not "Media Widget Easy i Pod Transfer".
It has a built-in music player, allows editing of tags, repair utility (for recovering damaged song database), and so much more.