Earlier this year, I reviewed the Denim app, an iPhone app that lets you easily create your own playlist artwork. Denim recently received a major update that not only added new styles of artwork, but also integration with the Music app and a new way to preview artwork with your own playlists.
Version 2.0 of the Denim app includes over 20 new cover illustrations, including three new categories: Shapes, Grayscale, and Activities. Other categories have been updated with popular requests, such as Country, R&B, House, Running, and Study.
In addition, the new Gallery tab makes it easy to explore a collection of prepared art works ready to use. Users can explore some featured collections as well as all available artwork separated by categories. However, the update comes with even more new features. However, the update comes with another new feature, called “test room”.
With Trial Room, Denim app users can now get a live preview of how artwork will look on Apple Music playlists. With a few clicks, you can choose one of your playlists and the Denim app will automatically suggest artwork suggestions using the name chosen in the Music app. Here’s how the developer describes the new option:
A whole new way to create blankets. The test room integrates with your music library and uses your playlists to automatically create previews of different works of art – all with just a tap. Watch titles from your playlist magically appear on artwork, with no need to type or edit further.
Denim is available for free on the App Store, but an in-app purchase of $ 2.99 is required to unlock all styles of artwork. Be sure to check out the full Denim app review here at 9to5Mac.
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