New York, NY (PRWEB) June 15, 2006
Browsing through your music collection, while now much more efficient thanks to iTunes, has nevertheless lost a lot of its fun. Luckily, the developers at Specere have narrowed it down to a critical event in the history of music: the loss of album art in digital music collections.
There are now millions of iTunes users listening to Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon without ever having seen its iconic album art, or the Beatle's White Album without, well, a white album. Specere is hoping to provide a solution to this terrible situation with a new application for Mac OS X: Art Collector.
Art Collector provides the ultimate, streamlined interface for users to find and apply album art to their music library, making the solution to the problem as simple as selecting your nude albums and dropping in your preferred art from the choices Art Collector automatically provides, courtesy of Amazon. And if you want to take a closer look at the art, a simple double click will open the image in Apple's Preview at full resolution.
Tired of an anonymous, faceless music collection? Art Collector is available for less than the price of a CD, at $7.95. And, best of all, it is also now directly integrated into Menuet ($12.95), the powerful and popular iTunes extender, with its new 1.1b2 update making it free for all Menuet customers.
Art Collector and Menuet require Mac OS 10.4 Tiger, and are both available as free downloads in demo form, and compatible with Intel Macs.
http://www.specere.net/artcollector.php (Art Collector)