Denim app for iPhone lets users create beautiful cover art for their playlists

A new iPhone app was released recently on the App Store called Denim, which allows users to conveniently create custom cover artwork for their playlists. The app feature over 50 artwork styles to customize and add to playlists in Apple Music, Spotify, or any other music app.

Folks who like to take their time in creating their own music playlists, know how difficult it can be to keep the playlists organized or to give them a great catchy name as well as cool cover artwork. For such users, Denim is the perfect app.

Denim app for iOS

Denim app lets users create and customize their own cover for playlists

Denim is very easy and straightforward to use. Users can choose artwork from different categories including swirl, seasons, genre, gradient, moods, and decades. Each category delivers dozens of images that can be customized with your own text. To get started, just open the app and tap the add button to choose the artwork that piques your interest.

The Genre and Decades categories bring colorful artwork with different fonts. In Seasons and Celebration, the app brings images for Halloween, Christmas, Pride, St Patrick’s Day, and more. In Gradient, you can find artwork that mirrors those used by Apple for the Mix playlists.

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After you have explored and discovered the artwork that you want, you can change the text and save the image in your gallery in order to add it to a playlist on any music app. Denim offers a feature where the app stores all the artwork you created so you can manage and change them whenever you like. 

If you really like to create unique cover artwork for your music playlist, Denim is definitely worth a try. Denim is available in the App Store for free, however, there is a $1.99 in-app purchase to unlock all the artwork styles.

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Usman has been playing games for as long as he can remember. He is an editor at iThinkDifferent and writes about games, Apple news, hardware, productivity guides, and more. When not writing for iTD, Usman loves to play competitive Team Fortress 2, spends time honing his football skills, and watches superhero movies.

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