Cocorito for iTunes

Developer: D'Urso & Fidotta MacApp

Current Version: 1.0.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 1.1 MB - Download



Cocorito is your new iTunes song announcer. If you have Cocorito for iTunes, your mac will be able to read for you the song title, artist, album and other information about the song you're listening. You can also see the information and album artwork that appears in the popover. It's an app that can read out the title of each song you listen to in iTunes, as well as who's performing it and the album on which it features.

Cocorito uses speech technology of OS X so you can use Cocorito in EVERY LANGUAGE you want and whit different voice!


Release Notes:

- minor bug fix


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.0.1
Review by Pete the bard

I've been waiting for this - Fantastic, I've got almast 8,000 tracks and when playing in shuffle mode, even on familiar albiums I often want to know what the name of the tune is. Slight pain in the butt is that under artist I often load in the names of everyone who appears in the album. I get seriously tired of hearing the same long list of names and there is no way to limit the app to just track and album name. Pete

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 1.0.1
Review by Dusty Mayfield

Nice app - This app works fine on my Mac. I wish it could be heard through my airplay speakers too though.

Found helpful by 1 out of 4 people
Version 1.0.1
Review by Rick in San Diego

Cool app! - This is great! I have 2300 different artists in my iTunes library, so it's great to hear the information at the beginning of each song. I also use this as a prompt to fix tracks with missing tags. It would be cool if you could add more tag options. I might like to hear the year announced, or possibly comments, composer, etc. The ability to click on the menu bar to see a pop-up or drop-down of the album art, or have the announcement re-read, would be great too. I can hear the announcements over my AirPlay speakers if I choose the speakers as my output device at the system level, but not when I choose the speakers directly from iTunes. It would be cool if this were easier, maybe add the output option to the Cocorito menu.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people