May 31


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Instead of scrolling through an endless list of track names and album titles, transform your iTunes collection
into an actual album collection.

CoverBuddy just makes sense!

Launching CoverBuddy launches iTunes. The first time you run CoverBuddy it quickly indexes your entire music collection grouping and displaying all your tracks as albums, automatically! That’s all there is to it. CoverBuddy lets you experience your music collection the way it should be… no more rows and columns of file names and track data, just simple songs and albums. By working together with iTunes, CoverBuddy breathes new life into your collection, allowing you to become part of the music again – in a way that is fun and familiar.

It’s addicting…

What makes CoverBuddy so popular is how easy it is to add cover art, and how exciting it is to rediscover the joy of having a "real" album collection.
From the first time you add a cover and flip the album over to choose a track, you’ll instantly understand why CoverBuddy is the perfect companion for
iTunes, and why it’s quickly catching on with true music enthusiasts everywhere!


Get Connected!

Control your music remotely right on your Sony PSP – or from any other computer on the network, with any web browser!

How does it work? CoverBuddy has an all new Web Interface Server that lets you access and control your entire music collection over the internet. Just select “Server Settings” from the menu, check “Activate Web Interface” and click “Launch in Browser”. Invite your friends over, and feel free to socialize. Armed with your trusty PSP, you now have an interactive remote controller that lets you change the music playing on your computer, from any room in the house!

6 Responses to “CoverBuddy – Browse iTunes by Cover”

  1. Dan Says:

    I think this is a really neat app! Changing music with my PSP, great! I bought this for sure. I really want a MacZOT for transmit though!

  2. Reflect Says:

    JB ofcourse they are going to remove it, negative reviews impact sales, impacted sales lead to un-interested software developers, which means MacZot will find it harder to get developers to list their software on here.

    And coverbuddy is great, it’s all down to preference
    Now if only they would send me my serial file.

  3. ZOT Says:

    Regarding negative comments:

    The truth is, most people posting negative comments are doing so off the cuff. They’re usually not providing factual information.

    There’s no way to know if the person writing a negative comment is doing so with mal-intent.

    If anybody wants to review a product and show others how clever they are, they can do so. But stating that a product doesn’t work or that theres a better free alternative doesn’t provide enough valuable information to make it to the comments section.

    And, regarding comments being deleted. Often, there are a lot of comment spam that our moderators have to wade through so ther might be a delay between the time your comment is posted and the time it appears in whichever section you write.


  4. Frank Says:

    Many people providing positive comments also are not providing factual information.

    There in no way to judge the intent of a person writing a positive comment. The comment may even come from the software company.

  5. ct2000 Says:

    “or that theres a better free alternative doesn’t provide enough valuable information to make it to the comments section.”

    If there is a better free alternative then I want to know about it ! anyone !

  6. Peter Says:

    Check out Cover Flow…