Apple has updated their WWDC iOS app ahead of next week’s 2018 event, set to kick off on June 4 in San Jose, California.
The WWDC iOS app is essential for attendees and even those unable to attend the event, as it will allow users to live stream sessions and watch on-demand videos year-round. This 7.0 app update now brings the focus on video “front and [centre], so you can enjoy WWDC content more easily.”
The update includes the following changes, on top of a freshly updated app icon to match this year’s theme:
• New topic-based organization of videos, sessions, and labs.
• Significant redesign to make it simpler to find favorites, downloaded videos, sessions, and labs.
• Access to resources, documentation, sample code, and related content.
• Listings of related sessions, labs, and videos.
Apple will be live-streaming this year’s opening keynote, which takes place on June 4 at 10AM PDT/1PM EDT.
Click here to download WWDC for iOS in the App Store.