If the album's title is too generic, you may need to tweak your search terms (try adding the artist name).
Also, beware titles like 'Greatest Hits', which will pull in all matching tracks regardless of artist.
(If you use i Tunes Match or Apple Music, all art should be automatically added.) Here's how to employ this easy-to-use tool to get album art in i Tunes.
The last couple of steps in this article provides other ways to get album art for situations where i Tunes can't find the right artwork.
Having album art accompany the music in i Tunes not only makes it look great, but it also makes finding and identifying music on your Mac, PC, i Phone, i Pad or i Pod quick and easy.
Usually i Tunes does a good job of automatically adding album art to music you import, but sometimes it can't find the right artwork.
Apple removed the cover flow for i Tunes 11, but the default view in i Tunes 12 displays a grid of album covers.
While there are a number of means to get album art for your i Tunes library including third-party programs, probably the easiest is i Tunes' built-in album artwork grabber.
To obtain the covers, use i Tunes on your computer to find all the albums with missing art, and then either download the art from Apple or import it from an image file.
After adding the art in i Tunes, sync your phone to send the pictures to your device.
For many music fans, the album artwork is as much a part of the experience as the music.
When playing a song on the i Phone that doesn't have album art attached, it detracts from the feeling that you're listening to one part of a larger collection.
The i OS 8 Music app on the i Phone heavily emphasizes album art, displaying the cover artwork for each song as it plays and showing a layout of all your albums when you tilt the phone on its side.