Snarb.tk today released Cover Stream 1.0, an iTunes controller that gives users access to iTunes Cover Flow right from your desktop without switching applications.
According to Snarb.tk, Cover Stream will even flick through your album collection faster and smoother than iTunes.
Cover Stream also introduces Flip-Browsing pick an album, flip it over, pick a track.
Cover Stream also gives you access to your iTunes playlists. Simply flip the window over, pick a playlist or track, and hit return.
With global, fully customizable keyboard shortcuts, Cover Stream allows users to play, pause, skip, rate, adjust sound volume, hide or show iTunes, and much more, without interrupting your workflow.
Track info and album artwork is displayed in a small, floating window. In addition, Cover Stream’s dock icon reflects the album artwork of the song you are currently listening to, so you can always see your music at a glance.
Cover Stream requires Mac OS X 10.5 or later, and a consolidated iTunes music library.
Cover Stream is available through Snarb.tk’s web site at a price of US$14.95. Upgrades are, and will always be, free of charge.
A fully functional demo is available for download. More info and screenshots here.