Free Giveaway: AudioGrail, a comprehensive audio file toolbox


Another week, another great giveaway. This time around it’s AudioGrail, a complete, all-in-one toolkit for working with audio files. The nice people at KSoft are making the complete, full version of this program available free of charge for 3 days, from Jun 5rd until end of day on June 7th.

AudioGrail can organize your MP3s, find duplicate finds, rename and tag them in batch, automatically identify unknown songs via digital thumbprinting via MusicBrainz, retrieve album art, normalize your tracks so that they don’t have varying levels of loudness, analyze the quality, and other functions, all from a single interface.

Audiograil Screenshot

What I like about it: a comprehensive set of tools in a single place, including tools that are not what you normally expect (e.g. quality analyzer). Right click to identify unknown songs. Integration with Windows’ right click menu.

What I do not like: the interface isn’t as user friendly as it could/should be and shows its age a little bit. Album art integration, while there, seems like an afterthought (no album art displayed in the tag editor screen, strangely, although you an right click ‘Album Infos’ and download artwork).

  • To download and get your free serial, click here.
  • For more information on Audiograil, visit the program page.

Update: the time period for this giveaway has lapsed and the giveaway is over.

If you participated but did not receive a serial, check your spam or junk folder to see if our email ended up there. A number of emails came back as undeliverable, either because there was an error in the email address itself or because the server rejected our message (sent from Gmail).