Apple introduces the Apple Developer App, replacing the WWDC app
What you need to know
- The WWDC app is now the Apple Developer App.
- New features include the ability to enroll in the Apple Developer Program.
- The app will continue to serve as the app for attendees of WWDC.
Apple has updated the long-running WWDC app to the new Apple Developer App, adding new features and content for developers around the world.
The WWDC app was originally intended for attendees of Apple's yearly Worldwide Developer Conference to have all the resources they need for the weeklong event in the palm of their hand. Over the years, Apple has continued to add new news, videos, and other content to the app, regardless of if it had to do directly with WWDC. Therefore, Apple has decided that the app warrants a new name and some new features.
The biggest update is that you can now use the app to enroll in and manage your account for the Apple Developer Program. Apple says that it will update the app throughout the year with news, developer stories, and educational videos.
It will also continue to serve as the go-to app for WWDC, allowing users to keep tabs on the schedule, sign up for labs, and watch live streams of sessions held. You'll also have access to the full back catalog of content from previous conferences.
You can download the Apple Developer App on the App Store today.
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