When I launched my iTunes Artwork Finder a few years ago, I had no idea how popular it would become. It is currently used thousands of times per day to help people find high resolution artwork for their albums, apps, books, TV shows, and movies. Since the launch of Apple Music, I’ve had regular emails from users that wanted to access the artwork used for playlists across the service; I’ve finally done something about it!
Today I’m happy to announce the Apple Music Artwork Finder which grabs ultra high resolution artwork of albums, playlists, and radio stations from Apple Music. It’s ridiculously easy to use and just requires you to paste in an Apple Music URL. With that, it can make some requests to the Apple Music API to retrieve the artwork.
Whether you want the artwork for your New Music Mix Playlist, the latest Panic! At the Disco album, or for the Beats1 banner, the artwork finder should be able to get you the highest quality artwork. Oh, and it’s totally free as well!
Try out the Apple Music Artwork Finder »