“To coincide with the release of OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Apple has unveiled iTunes 12.0.1, the first major release of its media manager and player for almost two years,” Nick Peers reports for BetaNews.
“The new release debuts a flatter, more modern look designed to tie in with Yosemite, which includes a new red app icon and some redesigned and restructured elements,” Peers reports. “The update also adds support for some iOS 8/Yosemite-only features such as Family Sharing.”
“Playlist editing has been made easier by placing playlists side-by-side with users music libraries, making it simple to add tracks to existing playlists by dragging and dropping them on to the playlist in question,” Peers reports. “The Get Info box for a selected item has also been radically redesigned and simplified.”
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