CoverScout 3 revolutionizes the way to the perfect music library
equinux releases CoverScout 3 with a web-wide search function to find missing cover art for your music in iTunes and on your iPhone, iPod and Apple TV
Munich (Germany) / South San Francisco, CA (USA) − October 22, 2008: Today equinux released CoverScout 3, the ultimate software to complete album covers in iTunes. With its sleek and intuitive user interface, CoverScout searches the Internet to find missing album art and can automatically apply its findings to your music library. CoverScout's integrated editor and automatic workflow complete every music library.
"CoverScout revolutionizes the way to the perfect music library. It's never been so much fun to find missing album artwork," says equinux CEO Till Schadde. "Whoever wants to use Cover Flow on their iPhone to flip through their music collection won't be able to resist CoverScout."
As easy as Cover Flow
The interface of CoverScout 3 is based upon the principles of Cover Flow. Its intuitive and familiar interface make it easy for anyone to flip through their music library and find all their missing cover art. CoverScout scans your music library as soon as the application is launched showing all covered and uncovered tracks. It searches for appropriate cover art on the internet which it can automatically apply to entire albums or individual tracks.
Search multiple sources, edit cover artwork
CoverScout begins where iTunes ends. CoverScout searches multiple music archives like Amazon, WalMart and Google Image Search simultaneously. It can also be adjusted to include additional search sources. In the integrated cover editor, each album cover can be edited with pixel precision, rotated, cropped, scaled and the colors can be adjusted. CoverScout even offers the option to photograph rare albums with one's iSight.
CoverScout 3 is now available in German, English and French from $39.95 in the equinux online store. CoverScout will appear in a high quality product box at local Apple retailers soon. CoverScout 3 runs with Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard only.