If you buy music from the iTunes music store, the music file comes with a nice cover art, and it looks great on a iPod color screen. If you get your music by importing it directly from your audio CDs you do not get the cover art automatically - thank you Apple.
Corripio is utility designed too automate the process of adding cover art to your iTunes music collection. It searches iTunes itself for cover art and automatically adds it to your music files.
The process is very very slow, and unfortunately it is not hands free, not yet at least. If Corripio finds duplicate cover arts for the same song it prompts you to select the one you want. This works ok with a music collection of about 30 songs, anything greater and you are going to spend your afternoon waiting for Corripio to process your music collection. In my case, with 8,500 songs without cover art I abandoned the process after about 10 files with duplicate cover art.
However, v.0.3 of the software will address this limitation by allowing you to auto-select the first image, or batching all user selection to the end of the process - allowing you to set Corripio to search your entire library before requiring any futher user input.
My verdict - wait for v.0.3, expected by this Friday, before you download it. Once this limitation is fixed, this is definitely a useful app which will earn my donation.
Price: donation ware.