Apple has updated its WWDC 2018 app for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV and Apple Watch with the schedules, images and other assets ahead of the June 4 keynote, plus some new features.
According to Apple, WWDC for iOS version 7.0 includes a major redesign of the software along with enhancements like topic-based organization for in-app content and so forth.
Like before, you can use the WWDC app on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Apple TV or Apple Watch to access your favorite session information, even right on your wrist.
“We’ve made several changes to the WWDC app for 2018 to improve your experience, whether attending in person or watching from home,” writes Apple. “Videos are now front and center, so you can enjoy WWDC content more easily.”
As mentioned, the app has new topic-based organization of videos, sessions and labs.
Thanks to what Apple calls significant redesign of the software, users can now find favorites, downloaded videos, sessions and labs with fewer taps. The updated WWDC 2018 app provides access to resources, documentation and sample code, in addition to listings of related sessions, labs, videos and other relevant developer content.
It packs in iMessage and watchOS extensions, too.
If you can’t attend WWDC next month, follow along each day on your Apple devices and watch videos on demand throughout the year with the freshly updated WWDC 2018 app.
The keynote will be live-streamed.