On September 13, 2000, Apple Computer released the first Public Beta of Mac OS X ahead of its initial release in March 24, 2001. Mac users could purchase the Public Beta from Apple.com for the price of $29. This beta version of Mac OS included a music application capable of playing CDs & MP3 files, and was named Music Player.
Music Remote is a tribute to that short lived, long forgotten application. However, Music Remote is a remote application for Music on modern macOS, capable of controlling playback, volume, and playlists.
|Software||macOS Monterey and newer; Music.app|
|Hardware||Universal Binary for Macintosh computers with Apple Silicon and Intel processors|
|Language||English, Spanish, Italian, Finnish, German, and Polish|
|Code||100% Native. Written in Swift using AppKit.|
Music Remote uses Scripting Bridge and Distributed Notification Center to send and receive commands with Apple Music on macOS. 99%2 of the UI is written in Core Graphics and Core Animation to achieve crisp UI that is also optimized for non-Retina Displays. Music Remote is a completely native app; written with Swift and AppKit.
If you have feedback or want to report any bugs, tweet the developer directly @marioguzman.
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