Comments Off on Changing of the Seasons
I was in Northern Vermont this evening and snapped a few photos. Thought they’d be worth sharing here:
Comments Off on How iTunes Behaves Once Apple Music is Cancelled
The songs I added to my library while my Apple Music Subscription was active are in my library but I’m unable to play them.
- AAC Audio File
- Apple Music AAC audio file
Both give an error message. The Apple Music AAC Audio File shows the error above but the regular AAC Audio files shows:
The solution was obviously deleting all music “added to my library” since Apple Music was released. Basically, losing your subscription does nothing on Apple’s part to clean up all of the playlists and saved tracks. It’s like they want to remind you just how alone you are without Apple Music and I guess that’s a good idea because it makes resubscribing very easy because to get those songs & playlists back, just pay $9.99, right?
The best thing is the delete songs window. Am I sure I want to do this?
I was wondering how Apple would handle cancellations and now we know. If you cancel temporarily, since Apple Music is so tightly integrated with iTunes, a great portion of your library may be crippled until you re-subscribe or manually remove all songs and playlists that you added from Apple Music while your subscription was active.
Comments Off on Reeder 3 for OS X El Capitan
I was pleasantly surprised to see this available today. The new icon is very stark and difficult to get used to amid such a colorful array of icons in the dock but the release notes and UI of the application are very nice improvements over Reeder 2! Huge thanks to the developer for being so quick to release an update that works great. I’m very stoked! Oh and it’s a free update! Just fantastic: