WWDC 2020 is scheduled to begin on June 22nd as a virtual event. Apple has announced that it will learn more about what to expect through its developer app later this month. However, a Mac version of the app is still missing. Fortunately, it is unofficial WWDC app for Mac has been updated and is ready for this year’s digital WWDC with some notable new features.
The unofficial WWDC app for macOS was created by Gui Rambo of 9to5Mac together with a small global team.free) Is the best way to plan what you want to get out of the event, stream current sessions live, watch past sessions again, and connect with the Apple developer community on your Mac. This year, a Mac app will be more useful than ever as WWDC becomes virtual for the first time due to the pandemic.
At the end of 2019, Apple renamed the WWDC app to Apple Developer App. It will be a critical part of the WWDC 2020 experience and is available for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Apple Watch, but a Mac app is still missing.
The Unofficial WWDC macOS The app has a clean, native user interface for the best WWDC experience on your Mac and has been updated with a number of new features today, including a brand new Community tab with content from Apple developers from various sources and a new sharing tool of clips to easily share small parts of sessions.
Two other useful updates include support for universal links and transcripts in English, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese.