UnCoverIt
UnCoverIt
2.3.3

3.7

UnCoverIt free download for Mac

UnCoverIt

2.3.3
09 October 2011

Print CD, Zip, Disk, and other labels.

Overview

UnCoverIt is a shareware application that automatically generates labels for CD-Roms, Zip-Disk, Orb Disks, and SuperDisks.

Unlike other label printing applications you don't have to enter the name of the files on your disk manually. UnCoverIt places icons and file names automatically at the right place and the right size.

What's new in UnCoverIt

Version 2.3.3:
  • added Autosave (for OS X 10.7 only)
  • added Versions (for OS X 10.7 only)
  • fixed issue where the cover download does not work properly
  • now is 64-bit binary
  • fixed a crash when selecting the "Audio CD" tab in new cover panel
  • improved German localization

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Xenophile
10 April 2008

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Seems pretty good, but all I can find on the developer's website is a beta version, which appears to have been in development since March 2007 and still costs $15. Why would I pay the developer to test his software for him? As other reviewers noted, there's little documentation and the app isn't entirely intuitive. For payware, I'd recommend MyCoverCD or CD Labeler as inexpensive apps that get the job done; I've tried both and prefer MyCoverCD's GUI and feature set. For a bit more cash, my favorite is Disc Cover - I've been using it for years and it absolutely rocks. Its got a rich feature set, a wonderfully intuitive function, rock solid stability, and the developer updates it regularly to keep pace with OS X. Another benefit of Disc Cover when compared to the cheaper shareware labelers is that a lite version ships with Toast Titanium, so it has a broad user base as insurance against it becoming abandonware.
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Version 2.3b1
Jazzyguy
18 March 2013
It Is not working in Mountain Lion 10.8.3 either.
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Version 2.3.3
Jazzyguy
23 May 2012
THIS is how it works.2.3.3 WILL NOT ACCEPT the REG CODE.This is how I was able to do it. 2.3.1 WILL accept the reg code. So I downloaded 2.3.1 and installed the REG CODE. Then I replaced it with the BETA 2.3.3 BUT the APP is USELESS because it will NOT PRINT THE TRACKS from iTunes,It will ONCE but if you want it to print some more tracks it won't do it. It keeps repeating the SAME tracks you enabled previously.It works great in Snow Leopard but in Lion (10.7.4) it just will not work. It is far better to use iTunes for printing covers and tracks which is extremely good. It is sad to see uncover it deteriorate to this condition. I have been a customer for years (ever since Ilja started the app. Apparently he has hired employees instead of answering customer's problems himself as he always did in years prior. The customer service has deteriorated to a condition wherein it seems that either the people sending out email either don't read your inquiry or can't understand due to a language problem.
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Version 2.3.3
1 answer(s)
Jazzyguy
Jazzyguy
24 May 2012
It doesn't obey its own rules as when you tell it NOT to SAVE it saves anyway bringing up the same version of thetracksyou selected before. Obviously it has a problem with Lion's Versions.
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Afmac
06 February 2009
I used this years ago for making labels for backup cds in OS 9 it worked great then and it still works good today. It will list the contents of your disc on your label and place the text automatically.
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Version 2.3
Xenophile
10 April 2008
Seems pretty good, but all I can find on the developer's website is a beta version, which appears to have been in development since March 2007 and still costs $15. Why would I pay the developer to test his software for him? As other reviewers noted, there's little documentation and the app isn't entirely intuitive. For payware, I'd recommend MyCoverCD or CD Labeler as inexpensive apps that get the job done; I've tried both and prefer MyCoverCD's GUI and feature set. For a bit more cash, my favorite is Disc Cover - I've been using it for years and it absolutely rocks. Its got a rich feature set, a wonderfully intuitive function, rock solid stability, and the developer updates it regularly to keep pace with OS X. Another benefit of Disc Cover when compared to the cheaper shareware labelers is that a lite version ships with Toast Titanium, so it has a broad user base as insurance against it becoming abandonware.
Like (3)
Version 2.3b1
Pfusion
28 December 2005
Used the version for 9.0. Great product! Worked flawlessly. Went to upgrade, tried to contact the developer for my old registration number......and.....nothing, nada. No return email. With product support like that one should be wary.
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Version 2.1b11
1 answer(s)
Kodac
Kodac
21 February 2008
Did you try contacting him again? :) I've been using this product for Years. Had to upgrade to a new serial twice. Both times I had no problem getting my new serial from him.
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Version 2.3b1
Anonymous
23 June 2005
Hmmm, seems to be incompatible to 10.4 Tiger... behaves eratically and won't print. Let's wait for the next beta.
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Version 2.1b11
Anonymous
20 September 2003
No documentation and not that intuitive.
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Version 2.0
Anonymous
29 July 2003
I wasn't too sure if I liked where UnCoverIt 2.0 was heading, when I used several of the early betas. But, since beta 6, I have seen major things coming into view. Since then, I have been in contact with Ilja a few times about some minor bugs or questions... and he's been on top of all of them. I think with this version, we can really see the potential cool new features really coming into their own, and it's a dope piece of shareware, performing many more types of 'cover printing' that UCI 1.4 did.
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Version 2.0b10
mousee
14 July 2003
I was very happy with the previous version and quite disappointed witht he early beta releases of v2.0. But v2.0b9 fulffil my expectations and I'm very please wiith the performances. Very good job (I ahve to admit I haven't tried the iTune feature yet).
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Version 2.0b9
Anonymous
05 July 2003
I've been using it under OS 9 and it was great, stable and reliable, now under OS X it lost the stable and reliable things . . . . . waiting for the next beta!
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Version 2.0b8