iTunes 12.1 Released With New Notification Center Widget



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Apple has updated iTunes with a bunch of the usual fixes and tweaks, but also with one handy new feature.

In OS X, iTunes users can now control music being played in the Notification Center – you can skip songs, pause, play and more. There’s also information about the particular song you’re listening to as well as information about the playlist or album.

Notification Center was a feature included with OS X Mavericks in 2013, as part of Apple’s wider efforts to tie-in features across OS X and iOS. It was with OS X Yosemite in 2014 that the company brought along widgets, a feature that allows users to install small gadgets and tools inside Notification Center that can be used to manipulate the wider system and specific apps.

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The new update to iTunes is available now via Software Update in the App Store.

Source: The Next Web


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