GoogleImager is a small .NET application that uses Google Images to find album artwork for an mp3 collection. When you run it, it prompts for a folder that should contain any number of folders corrosponding to artists. Each artist’s folder should contain an album subdirectory, which in turn contains the music. Album names that contain a year prefix will ignore the year.

To find images: you click on an album in the left pane, then either click on the small preview box (if there is already artwork) to keep it, or select an image in the web browser pane. It will auto-advance to the next album. It creates a folder.jpg in each album’s folder which can then be later processed to put into the media’s tags.

Concept: Andrew Starks.