Corripio

Version: 0.7.2 || Release Date: 2007-07-06 || License: Freeware Developer: Jeff Dlouhy | App Owner: jeff_dlouhy

Corripio is the premier tool for gathering album artwork. Corripio enables the user to get the best artwork available for their iTunes libraries with the click of a button. The user also has the ability to search for song lyrics. The lyrics will automatically be added to each songs' ID3 tag. Corripio is the iTunes companion a music lover cannot live without.

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23 Opinions

I use Album Art Thingy, downloads and adds them automatically. Just set it to find whats playing otherwise if you have 200gb of mp3s and have it run it one go it will take its time.

I am a Music Libraray freak. I typically do my own searching since most applications do a poor job at finiding lyrics and albums for anything that isn't Top 40. Corripio comes the closest (of free or pay programs) to being useful, although it still doesn't fulfill all my needs.

Good App, but more useful for Music Library freaks than for the average joe. Slightly unstable, but not termendously so.

Doesn't crash for me, however it's mostly unusable for me since it only offers 500 pixel covers which bloats the files on my iPod.

crashes when I press "skip" if showing wrong or blank album art. very annoying, since if I choose another album art or simply a blank one (that happens often) it overwrites the old one...

Doesn't seem to like iTunes folders on external volumes with aliased library file. It will not list any tracks.

Doesn't allow free searching - it MUST have access to your music.

When no music is automatically listed in the UI it makes the whole thing completely unintuitive. Controls that are not available in a UI should be disabled and a Help Tag provided (at least) to tell you what's going on.

Might want to include Amazon global sites, RateYourMusic.com, CDCovers.com and more. If something is available on Walmart, chances are it's already on iTunes which makes that source totally redundant.

Free is light on the pocket book, but paying for something is not bad either. Don't dismiss other programs because they cost money. Especially if they work.

This program works great. I let iTunes 7 find whatever covers it could, and now I'm using this program to find the rest. I have thousands of tracks with no album name, but this will show me several from the artist.

Crashes Constantly. Fails to find correct artwork if album is named slightly different than what is in iTunes store.

it looks good but it does a pretty bad job at finding covers. oh and it seems to overwrite art that is already there with its own (often very very wrong) guesses. so make sure you only use it on albums that you're still missing the art from. just sort by the 'artwork' column and select all the ones that have 0.

I don't know why everyone is complaining in the comments, because I think this is one of the most useful apps. available for your iTunes library. It fixes your tags (song, artist and album names) and fetches high resolution artwork from not just Amazon, but a number of other sources too. Thumbs up to the guys at Corripio! I use this and heart it too.

This works no better than Clutter or the iTunes Artwork widget and other much simpler methods. And, often, it does not work at all. Why is everyone in love with this all over the net...? The candy-colored look...? Ugh!

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