Album Art Wizard
Stops your music collection from looking dull and lifeless
Album Art Wizard Review
by on June 20, 2010
There’s nothing worse than uploading a load of music to your Android phone, only to find that none of the album artwork has made the transition from computer to phone.
You could individually add in images for each tune but that would definitely be a bit of an ache in the nether regions. Lucky then, there is an app that claims to find the artwork for you – and it’s called Album Art Wizard.
Yes, we know that the iTunes store has a one-click process for this, but when it comes to music and file management on the Android platform it’s like you are dealing with a device from the Dark Ages.
Album Art Wizard takes the sting out of this mundane task completely. Run the app and it will automatically search the interweb for the right artwork for your music. And if it turns up a blank, you can take an image stored on your SD card and plug the gaps where necessary.
In our tests, the app worked like a dream – offering up most of the visuals for our music. When we couldn’t find the thing we wanted, rooting around in the Internet Extended search option.
If you have a ton of music, the search for images does take Album Art Wizard a while but you can multi-task while this is being done which is a boon.
At £1.68, our laziness says that this is money well spent.
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