Browsing a list of album names somewhat uninspiring, to say the least. One of the big attractions of a physical album is the beautiful packaging and aesthetic appeal, something that s sorely missed with the digital equivalent. CoverFlow aims to bring that aesthetic appeal to your MP3 collection. It allows you to browse your albums complete with beautiful artwork pulled from any sources it can find, whether that s buried in your song tags, collected via Synergy, or looked up on Amazon. CoverFlow is an album browser for OS X, using Cocoa and OpenGL. It was originally inspired from a concept by Andrew Coulter Enright. Features include: a beautiful environment for browsing & launching your albums from, album art can be pulled from MP3 tags, Synergy, Clutter or Amazon. If CoverFlow still doesn t find the artwork you want, simply drag & drop an image.
|File Size||578.28 kB|
|System Requirements||Mac OS X Tiger, iTunes|