CoverLoad 1.1.5 Released — A Minor Update…
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CoverLoad utilizes Alamofire and SDWebImage to download cover art from the iTunes Store. Both have been updated to their latest versions in this release. It works amazingly fast. We love it. And we know you’ll do too!
What We Have Updated in Version 1.1.5
- Updated support information
- Updated dependencies
- Search for covers in the iTunes Store
- Download standard quality covers (up to 600x600)
- Download high quality covers (up to 2400x2400)
- Save covers directly to and anywhere on your Mac
- Quick access to selected media in the iTunes Store
- Direct access to the latest and newest covers
- No ads, no phoning home, no cover-ups
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