How to Replace iTunes Icon with Currently playing Song's Album Art on Mac OS

By  at Tuesday, November 22, 2011  

Earlier this week, we post a simple trick to enable "Now playing " pop-up on your Dock on Mac OS. Well, we have another amazing trick for you. Now, you can even get rid of this old boring iTunes icon and have currently playing song's Album art to that place.


Follow the step by step guide to do this:

Step 1: Download DockArt, a free plugin for iTunes. Unzip it
Step 2: Quit iTunes
Step 3: On your Desktop, Press Command+Shift+G to open up Go to Folder Window, Enter the following directory Path here;
~/Library/iTunes/iTunes Plug-Ins/
Step 4: Drag the unzipped "DockArt.bundle" File in to that folder.
Step 5: Open up iTunes and play any song of your Choice.

DockArt also have some options, to check those options Navigate to View > Visualizer > Dock Art on iTunes. Make sure that DockArt is selected, after making sure, go there again and click on options to play with them.

Viola! you have successfully replaced old iTunes icon with the currently playing song's Album art which looks pretty awesome, isn't it?
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