MusicBee Portable 3.4.7805  Pick    

Size:  9.7MB

License:   FREE

Publisher:  Publisher | Listed Programs

Release Date:   2021-05-18  | Changelog

Submit Date:

OS:  Windows Vista/7/8/10

Downloads:   25454

Popularity:   Popularity:0/10



(49 Votes)

Write A Review

FreewareFiles Clean Award

Software Product Description

If you are looking for an application geared toward managing extensive music collections, easy to use and with a comprehensive feature set - MusicBee is that application.

MusicBee makes it easy to organize, find and play music files on your computer, on portable devices and on the web. Additionally view podcasts, listen to audiobooks, stream online radio stations, and easily integrate SoundCloud.


  • Organize music files and edit tags in your library with a powerful and easy to use interface.
  • Sync your music with all of your devices.
  • Skins - Music bee features a large number of skins to customize your player to your needs or mood.
  • MusicBee features add-on support which includes skins, plugins, visualizer addon-ons, theatre mode plugins, and more.
  • Have new music files automatically added to your library from monitored folders, with the option to tag the files from an Inbox beforehand.
  • Securely rip CD tracks as individual files or as a single album with embedded cuesheet, and with validation.
  • Automatically look up Album Art, Lyrics and tag other metadata from the web. Have a track identified using its digital sound signature.
  • Play MP3, FLAC, Vorbis, WMA files. Play the web - playlists are created from MP3 blogs you visit.
  • Play and Sync iPods and MP3 players, converting and leveling tracks on-the-fly.
  • Create dynamic playlists based on your own rules.
  • Have the Auto-DJ create a playlist for you and discover new music tracks from the web (or old ones from your collection you have forgotten about!)



Reviewer: -PsyintZ

Review Date: 2017-06-21

Pros: Awesome, fully-featured media platform - and it's free!

Cons: It doesn't work unless you whitelist it from your firewall! (Just kidding, this is not a con - and my name is not Alex). Honestly, I cannot find any cons aside from the fact that the GUI is a bit outdated. That certainly isn't a big deal, though.

Other Thoughts: Alex. You, my friend, seem to be one confused individual. Of course it's not going to work if you block it with your firewall. That's what a firewall is for! As long as the application isn't performing any malicious activities (which it clearly is not), then it's perfectly safe to whitelist from your firewall and enjoy. But giving the developer the worst rating possible, simply because you're too foolish to understand how a firewall works is absolutely ridiculous.


Average Rating

(49 Votes)