Version: 3.3.1 || Release Date: 2012-02-11 || License: Shareware ($19.95) Developer: Sophiestication Software | App Owner: sophia

CoverSutra gives music lovers a handy and attractive way to control iTunes without having to leave the currently active application.

CoverSutra gives music lovers a handy and attractive way to control iTunes without having to leave the currently active application. CoverSutra features a powerful music search feature along with global keyboard shortcuts and informative bezels that provide users with song and album details in an unobtrusive way. In addition, CoverSutra has integrated support for, the popular social music recommendation service.

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59 Opinions

I still like Menuet best.

I'm still wondering how Lokheed concluded that the price of CoverSutra is 30 Canadian dollars...
1 euro is worth around 1.50 Canadian dollars. So, 10 euros is something like 15 (fifteen) Canadian dollars. Not 30 (thirty).
Please correct me if I'm wrong.

$12(US) isn't all that bad for a utility like this. I'm not going to buy it because I don't need/want anything like this but for someone that does, it's a decent price.

For those complaining about the price of CoverSutra...
You have a very simple solution: don't buy and use one of the many free alternatives.
I have chosen You Control Tunes, but there are lots more: iMote, iController, SizzlingKeys, GimmeSomeTune, ByteController, Ivy, iTunesK1, iTunes Menu,, kTunes, etc., etc., etc.
Do they have the same shiny interface of CoveSutra? I'm afraid not. But for that, I think you'll have to pay.
I've chosen not to pay. Now the choice is yours.
(And don't forget a few Dashboard widgets that perform this same function.)

Needs more features. Eye-candy is superb. Contemplating my purchase.

Not nearly enough features. Basically it's a near $30 CND (and this is just an introductory price with free updates only until v2) for a program that allows you to move back and forth one given playlist. While I don't like to compare apples and oranges, I am reminded on a Santa Claus sack of programs that do an uncountable amount of tasks, which are priced under Coversutra.

I admire the meticulously crafted design and delivery, but the greed of the developer is jaw dropping. Based only on sheer functionality, I can't rationalize such a steep price.

I switched from synergy. I like both but CoverSutra launches much more quickly on my MacBook. Excellent app.

This is very slick app but not enough yet for me to switch from Synergy. Hopefully I will see some very cool new features plus cool feature already in synergy added to Coversutra. Even though Syergy has some more features I will this to Coversutra: It's icons and preference menu is beautiful compared to Synergy.
By far my second favorite itunes controller.

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