Using your music for more than sound
Metro Wall Review
by on January 26, 2012
When the digital revolution hit our music collections, we all spent ages downloading MP3s randomly, based on whatever the site we patronised offered us.
Then the notion of ripping CDs came in, and we had thousands more tracks to manage and organise, dumping them hither and thither in obscure playlists.
THEN the iPod revolution hit, and suddenly we wanted albums all in order with the correct artwork on the front, which again took months to achieve. And now there’s an application that takes all that artwork and turns it into a tiled picture you can set as a wallpaper.
It’s a fun experience creating that picture, as you can bink a picture with your finger and watch it spin to another album cover in your collection, creating your ultimate picture.
Setting the picture opacity and size are handy functions, but this is a one trick application – but a cool trick nonetheless.
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