Apple announced the release of a new version of iTunes today. The new release is a major revamp of the venerable application. The new iTunes will be released in October.
New Library Views: iTunes now features simplified views of exactly what you want. If you want to find an album, just click “Music” and that’s all you’ll see. Same thing for movies, TV shows, or apps. Expanded Views: If you select one of your albums it expands in place.
Apple today introduced Apple Watch Series 4, redesigned and re-engineered to help users stay connected, be more active and manage their health in powerful new ways. While retaining the original.
You can see all the songs on the album, click Play, and keep browsing without having to go back to the library. The screen will also show “In the Store” recommendations for similar content iTunes thinks you might want to check out. MiniPlayer: This is a lot of features in a small place. Click the Up Next button to see which songs are playing next. Don’t like the next song that’s going to play? Search your collection and choose a different song — without ever having to open your library.
ITunes Store: The iTunes Store has been redesigned for your Mac, PC, iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, so it looks and works the same wherever you shop. Shelves allow you to browse popular music, movies, TV shows, and more. Preview History: Click the Preview History button for a quick list of all the music, movies, and TV shows you’ve accessed. ICloud: Now when you preview a song or movie, it’s always easy to find again.
- • New redesigned Account tab • Fixed an issue that made the app unresponsive for those with many starred files - thanks for your patience for those affected and for sending in your reports! We release updates regularly, and we’re always looking for ways to make things better.
- Apple ships 'completely redesigned' iTunes 11. Apple released the new version 'For Mac + PC', downloadable both from Apple's website and through OS X's Mac App Store OS X app.
ICloud keeps your preview history up to date across all your devices. Preview a song on your iPhone while you’re out and about, it’ll be on your Mac. Start a movie, TV show, podcast, or audiobook on one device.
Pause, and pick it up later on another device. ICloud remembers where you left off. Make sure to check out our tag and our for all the latest!
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Xcode 10 on macOS 10.14. Dark Appearance, Apple News, App Store w/ video previews — Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) Unlike the iOS App Store, the Mac App Store has never included preview videos, which indicated additional Mac App Store improvements were likely. Those suspicions were confirmed during the keynote this morning when Apple revealed an ambitious redesign of the Mac App Store. The update takes several cues from the iOS App Store, implementing lessons learned from that store’s successful update in iOS 11. As the changes announced implicitly acknowledge though, the problems with the Mac App Store run deeper than its design. The Mac App Store has suffered since its inception from editorial neglect, a lack of feature parity with its iOS counterpart, the lack of access to TestFlight beta testing, and restrictive sandboxing that has made selling outside the store more attractive to many developers.
With the update to the Mac App Store in the fall, Apple is addressing some of those issues including sandboxing restrictions. According to Panic, which is bringing Transmit back to the Mac App Store and is sponsoring MacStories’ WWDC coverage this week. Transmit 5 in the Mac App Store, coming later this year. Coming improvements to sandboxing finally let us offer all Transmit 5 features in the App Store version. The new, redesigned Mac App Store is a store we’d like to be in. But there's a little twist! — Panic Inc (@panic) Those sandboxing changes, along with the redesigned store and other changes have attracted several apps that have never been on the Mac App Store or previously left the Mac App Store including:.
Microsoft’s Office 365. Adobe’s Lightroom CC.
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Panic’s Transmit. Bare Bones’ BBEdit. Snap’s Live Studio. Houseparty The changes to the Mac App Store previewed by Apple today are encouraging, especially given the success the iOS App Store has enjoyed since iOS 11’s release. Still, the update needs to be successfully executed by Apple and accepted by Mac developers, many of whom have lost faith in its viability.
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Apple seems to understand the success of the Mac App Store is dependent on both, which is why today’s presentation included the announcement that well-known apps from big corporations and independent developers are participating in the redesigned store this fall. Only time will tell whether the changes announced today will be enough to revitalize the Mac App Store. You can also follow all of our WWDC coverage through our, or subscribe to the dedicated.