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I have lots of mp3's on my PC and love the way MediaMonkey can sort the songs by genre and still keep all the songs in order by album name. I have the exact same songs on my MAC and tried to sort the songs by Genre by I noticed the songs are scattered by album name. I can't seem to find a good media player for the MAC that can do what I would like to accomplish. So, I'm wondering if there are any recommendations out there? I never really liked Itunes from the beginning and wish Apple would enhance it. Thank you for any answers I may get.

asked Jul 06 '12 at 23:13

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Bobby Gomez

OMG! My self!

(Jul 07 '12 at 16:55) B_Gom B_Gom's gravatar image

No. The lack of any real alternative has had Mac users clamouring for a Mac version of MM for years (and I mean years!) but the nice chaps at the developers just ain't interested. There's always a price to be paid for going to the Dark Side!

answered Jul 07 '12 at 08:37

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Wow that sucks so that means I'm stuck with nasty iTunes on my mac until something better comes along.

(Jul 07 '12 at 09:38) Bobby Gomez Bobby%20Gomez's gravatar image

I personally much prefer iTunes.

answered Jul 07 '12 at 18:05

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