Cool idea, but I'd rather buy a tool, to help me with the content I already have and own. This doesn't seem to offer that, but forces customers to buy new stuff? There is a need for a real sample manager in the daw world.
The app has a very well organized user interface and really fast. But the best thing I think is that I don't need to put any tag on the samples myself. The app just scans the folder, puts tags on every sample. Really saved my time.
Of course, this auto-tagging feature is not perfect and needs some improvements. Nevertheless, I think the app is unique and has so much potential to be great.
Samplism looks good but is Mac only. ADSR Manager is decent but I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around the idea of tagging 30k+ samples with it. It does have an auto-tag of sorts but it mostly reads the file name which isn't always useful. I have about 500 files with the tag "horse" for instance. I don't know. Sample Librarian is my go to for Windows. I don't think the UI has been updated since Windows XP and I know that it hasn't been updated since 2012 but it is full-featured and very stable.