Product Announcements – Aquarius Computer of New York, New York has released TurnTable 2.0. TurnTable 2.0 is the new, revolutionized, reinvented graphical music player interface. New in concept, it’s destined to replace the type of contrived complexity that was Apple’s iTunes. It honors the art form, catering well to how people listen to and love music. It’s simplified, like a new iTunes, with three (3) graphical viewing modes:
- Artists are presented in a wide-screen, four column view, making the artist selection ample for knowing what to play while experiencing yourself. Peruse the Artists chart for a band you like, see a Discography.
- Albums are presented in a full collection view of album art.
- The Records view is flip-through, like a crate of classic records in your garage. Cover flow is nicely integrated.
The new update also presents record albums as Real Albums, like never before. Tap an album, see it. The Album art is wide screen, reflected with the track list imprinted on it, just like a real record from the 60s, 70s, and 80s. An integrated and personal interface, there’s never been anything like it. It calls back to the days of the record album, when people were closer to their music, enjoying an album. Or back to the invention of iTunes 1.0.
TurnTable comes from Andrew Kaz, the man behind Classics, which evolved into Apple’s revolutionary book-reading interface iBooks. He has also worked with Apple designers highly influential and pioneering in the iPhone and macOS interfaces.
- OS X 10.10 or later
- 64-bit processor
- 0.9 MB
TurnTable 2.0 is $4.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the Mac App Store in the Music category.