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Coverflow: album artwork is back!

11th August 2005

Is there a better fun application for Macs than this? I just had to share my joy for this. Go forth and download the technical demo (requires Tiger, and iTunes of course).

coverflow

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# Stuart responded on 11th August 2005 with...

Yet another reason to lust after a mac. I’m jealous.

# Michael Simmons responded on 11th August 2005 with...

That’s pretty cool. Good find.

# Silus Grok responded on 11th August 2005 with...

Um… is it just me, or is there no link for downloading it on their site?

# Simon Collison responded on 11th August 2005 with...

Silus: It’s here. I just noticed there’s no link to this page!

http://www.steelskies.com/coverflow/HomePage.html

# Nate responded on 12th August 2005 with...

omg this is cool.

# paul haine responded on 12th August 2005 with...

This alone justifies the thousand pounds I spent on that Powerbook.

# Sam responded on 12th August 2005 with...

Brilliant, just brilliant.

# quis responded on 12th August 2005 with...

If anyone’s looking for something for just displaying the artwork of the currently playing song then this widget does a pretty fine job. Going to have a look at this now though…

# Gregor responded on 13th August 2005 with...

This looks pretty cool.

# Zach Inglis responded on 16th August 2005 with...

I saw the link on Veerle’s site and downloaded it. A few bugs but its still in beta phase so no complaints.

# Dave responded on 19th August 2005 with...

superb.

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