Artwork Locator
Artwork Locator
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Artwork Locator10.3.0.3.1

08 June 2011

Copy album art into iTunes.

Overview

iTunes Album Artwork Locator allows you to easily copy album artwork into iTunes. Too often your iTunes music library is filled with music, however something is missing. Where is the album artwork? With the iTunes Album Artwork Locator you can easily find artwork for your albums and copy the artwork directly into iTunes. What could be easier than that?

What's new in Artwork Locator

Version 10.3.0.3.1: Release notes were unavailable when this listing was updated.

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3 Reviews of Artwork Locator

Mark-anderson
30 December 2005
Version: 2.0

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Wow, $25? That price will make this either the least used or most pirated artwork downloader on the planet. I would suggest something realistic for a single function utility of around $10.
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Aikousha
07 May 2008
Version: 3.0
Actually, I would prefer a utility that would find album artwork (without an iTunes store account) and store it so that iTunes (and an iPod) could find it, without embedding it in the music files. Well, unless they put out an iPod Touch with a massive hard drive, that is. I gave up a year ago on these utilities since they did one of two things (in ALL cases), could not find the artwork because it wasn't "good ol' American popular music" or it automatically and without permission stuck the album images into the songs. 4 out of 10 songs even got pulled down wrong on one app. If this could do everything at once from my CD Info.cidb file, and get it all correct, I'd go for it... But no track namer has been more than 25% correct, so I have my doubts with other search-find apps.
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anonymous-moose-4942
29 December 2007
Version: 2.1
iTunes and a free artwork widget can do most of this. What does this do that's any different? Does it actually _embed_ the artwork in the file, unlike iTunes? I would pay about $5 for that.
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Mark-anderson
30 December 2005
Version: 2.0
Wow, $25? That price will make this either the least used or most pirated artwork downloader on the planet. I would suggest something realistic for a single function utility of around $10.
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