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Score 79.5%
Nov 16 2014
If anyone's interested, there's details of a patch here that will get things working again using Bing:

https://github.com/KDE/audex/pull/3/files

General, free, search APIs now seem to be thin on the ground without scraping :( . Bing requires you to register for a key, but once you've done that, and entered it in the patched Audex settings, you've 5000 queries per-month for cover art. - Jan 24 2016
Hi,

First off - this is hands down my favourite CD ripper for Linux :)

However - I think there are a couple of third party service changes that have broken cover art retrieval really recently.

First, http://www.telize.com/ip no longer retrieves a user's current IP address.

Second, Google have messed about with the search API again :( . Details here https://github.com/hubot-scripts/hubot-google-images/issues/29

Would there be any chance of an update to take account of this? Not sure if there's an official bug tracker that's active.

Thanks. - Jan 03 2016
Hi,

First off - this is hands down my favourite CD ripper for Linux :)

However - I think there are a couple of third party service changes that have broken cover art retrieval really recently.

First, http://www.telize.com/ip no longer retrieves a user's current IP address.

Second, Google have messed about with the search API again :( . Details here https://github.com/hubot-scripts/hubot-google-images/issues/29

Would there be any chance of an update to take account of this? Not sure if there's an official bug tracker that's active.

Thanks. - Jan 03 2016
Hi,

First off - this is hands down my favourite CD ripper for Linux :)

However - I think there are a couple of third party service changes that have broken cover art retrieval really recently.

First, http://www.telize.com/ip no longer retrieves a user's current IP address.

Second, Google have messed about with the search API again :( . Details here https://github.com/hubot-scripts/hubot-google-images/issues/29

Would there be any chance of an update to take account of this? Not sure if there's an official bug tracker that's active.

Thanks. - Jan 03 2016