After a long time without any update, we’ve just released a new version 1.8 of TunesArt, our popular companion for iTunes. The major new feature in this release is the support for Spotify client in macOS.
Spotify is a popular music service, with 180 million monthly active users and 83 million premium subscribers. TunesArt now supports the macOS client: album cover of current track can be displayed on your desktop, playback can be controlled from TunesArt and you can quickly search in Spotify database. Obviously, you can also display lyrics of any track (through the LyricWiki API). Both iTunes and Spotify can be controlled, so you need to choose the preferred app in TunesArt preferences, just in case both apps are running at the same time.
We’ve also improved many functions, like notifications that can be automatically removed from macOS notification center, Twitter integration (genre and artwork can be included) and album covers with a new default theme. Last, we fixed several bugs.