Amazon’s Prime Video App Released for Mac

After much anticipation, Amazon’s Prime Video app has finally debuted on the Mac, and can be downloaded through Mac’s app store. The app is supported on the macOS Big Sur 11.4 and all later versions, and is free. MacRumors reports that the Amazon Prime Video app for macOS is based on the app’s standard features such as Picture- in- Picture, AirPlay, and in-app transactions. The in-app payment option is available for both rentals and on – demand content.

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Google Now Brings Drive For Desktop To Sync Files Across Devices

Google has brought in a new set of features. Google has now introduced Drive for desktop (Windows, macOS). This includes a unified tool that allows the users to synchronize their content through all their devices and the cloud easily. Google has announced that in the upcoming weeks, Backup and Sync users will find prompts that will ask them to transition to Drive for desktop. Google also said they recommended the transition by September 2021.

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You Can Now Control Your iPad From Your MacBook

Apple’s annual developer conference-the WWDC started on 7th June. A lot of major updates both for hardware and software were released. The most unique of them is the Universal Control. This is a new Continuity feature that is going to debut with macOS Monterey. MacOS Monetary will be the upcoming biggest update for the Mac operating system. Universal Control will be improving the experience across different devices.

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Apple Releases Safari 14 As A Standalone Update For macOS Catalina And Mojave Users

Apple has released Safari 14 as a solo update for macOS Catalina and Mojave users with some features that are otherwise available only with macOS Big Sur. While macOS Big Sure is not available yet, it brings a refreshed design and new features like privacy reports, a built-in translator, and 4K HDR video support along with Safari 14 .

macOS Catalina and Mojave users can now update to Safari 14 and enjoy the features that won’t be available until later this year with macOS Big Sur. Read More

With Big Sur, Mac Users Can Watch Netflix At 4K HDR

Netflix has been streaming in 4K HDR on a computer using Microsoft’s Edge browser or Netflix Windows 10 app. But, Mac users have never been able to watch at that quality. However, MacOS Big Sur will change that for Mac users when it becomes available later this year. This was tweeted by tech enthusiast, Ishan Agarwal. The new Mac update, Big Sur was recently announced  in WWDC 2020 with a lot of improvements to Mac, including the new version of Safari which will include customizable start page, Safari extensions in App Store, improved tab design, trnslating the web page with one click between 7 languages and much more. Apple also announced that Apple TV 4K will be able to play YouTube at 4K with TVOS 14 and now we know for sure that 4K HDR content from Netflix will he supported by the new version of Safari. Read More

Public Beta Version Of iOS 13, iPadOS And macOS Is Now Available

Apple announced iOS 13, iPad OS and macOS Catalina at the WWDC event held recently in the US. The company said that the public beta versions will be out in July, but it looks like they are out early and users will be able to download them now from Apple’s website. If you have been waiting for these new releases, you can head over now to the Apple Beta Software Program page and get started. Read More

Mac Gets New OS – macOS Catalina

WWDC event held yesterday saw the launch of the new macOS Catalina along with the new Mac Pro model and the new iOS 13 for iPhones. Apple had introduced Mojave last year with the dark mode support and a list of other new features that created a positive impact on the users. This time around they have brought more new features with Catalina which we will have a look at in detail. Read More