Qoobar is a free and open source tag editor for Linux, Windows and MacOS. Using Qoobar you can create and edit music tags in files. It comes with Batch edit any tag, copy & paste any tags between groups of files, remember each typed text, auto completion, add and remove cover art pictures and add ReplayGain info features. You can also import tags and covers from Discogs, Musicbraiz, GD3, gnudb services easily. Some other useful features are command-line support, encode converting and more.
It supports ID3v2.4, APE, ASF, MP4 tags, Vorbis comments, MP3, Ogg/Vorbis, Ogg/FLAC , FLAC, Musepack, Speex, TrueAudio, WavPack, Wma/Asf, APE, Wav, Aiff, Opus, DSF files.
Install Qoobar on Ubuntu Linux
Qoobar is available as a Ubuntu PPA, portable AppImage and flatpak package. Open the terminal application using ctrl+alt+t keys and run below commands one by one. this will add Ubuntu qoobar PPA on your system and install the latest version of qoobar.
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:aleksej-novichkov/ppa
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install qoobar
Install qoobar via Flatpak:
First you need to install flatpak and flathub on your system. After that restart your system.
In terminal software run below qoobar flatpak installation command.
flatpak install flathub io.sourceforge.qoobar.Qoobar
You can open it via below flatpak command or from the applications menu.
flatpak run io.sourceforge.qoobar.Qoobar
and uninstall qoobar using
sudo flatpak uninstall io.sourceforge.qoobar.Qoobar
Install qoobar via AppImage:
Download qoobar in .AppImage file format and save it on your Downloads folder. Now in terminal run below commands to run qoobar application.
sudo chmod +x ~ qoobar-1.7.0.AppImage
Here “qoobar-1.7.0.AppImage” is the downloaded file name. You can change above command based on your file name.