iTunes has been redesigned completely to coincide with OS X Yosemite’s design enhancements. The result is a much flatter and cleaner looking app that’s devoid of many of the shadows and layers present in previous iterations.
Just recently, the iTunes Store, which resides within the iTunes app, received an update to match the flatter appearance. This has resulted in a more consistent look across the entire app.
Check out our video walkthrough after the break, which highlights some of the changes in the latest version of iTunes— iTunes 12.
Much of the functionality has remained more of less the same for iTunes—although there is a new tray for recent media items. If you’re expecting vast functionality changes, you may be disappointed. As far as looks go, however, iTunes 12 matches OS X Yosemite well, and it’s one of the better looking redesigns of the app that I’ve seen over the years.
What do you think about iTunes 12’s revamped visuals?
This post is an excerpt from iDB’s Yosemite Interactive Starter Guide. To learn about some of OS X Yosemite’s most outstanding new features, and to support iDB, you can download it on the iBooks Store for $0.99.
View all of the OS X Yosemite Interactive Stater Guide topics:
- Helvetica Neue Typeface
- 2D Dock
- New Resize Controls
- Dark Mode
- Spotlight Search
- Notification Center Today View
- iCloud Password
- iCloud Drive
- Recording the iPhone’s Screen
- AirDrop with iOS
- Make and Take Phone Calls
- Instant Hotspot
- Text Message Forwarding
- Do Not Disturb for Messages
- Managing Group iMessages
- Send Quick Voice Messages
- Predictive Text
- Safari Enhancements
- Annotating Mail Attachments
- Mail Drop Sends Large Attachments
- Calendar’s Day View
- A Revamped iTunes