Government access, Ulysses, 808 docco, new Mac app Day Planner

808: The Movie has been releases exclusively
808: The Movie has been releases exclusively on Apple Music and is available for preorder in iTunes movies

Apple: governments are requiring more access to customer data than ever — In the latest edition of its biannual report on Government Information Requests, Apple says governments across the globe are making ever more frequent requests for access to customer data — and the US makes six times as many account requests as China. The report covers the first six months of 2016.

Examined: writing and Markdown tool Ulysses 2.7 for macOS and iOS — The Mac and iOS versions of Ulysses got handy, incremental improvements on Wednesday, and AppleInsider puts virtual pen to paper to test them out.

Drum machine documentary ‘808: The Movie’ now available on Apple Music, iTunes preorders start — Alexander Dunn’s documentary 808: The Movie focusing on the legendary Roland-808 drum machine has been released exclusively on Apple Music, and will be available for download or rent on the iTunes Movie store from December16.

Day Planner is a new to-do app for the Mac — Inspiring-Life Technologies has introduced Day Planner 1.0, a to-do application for macOS. Its interface is sub divided into dedicated sections for entering specific information for a given day.
These are to-dos, appointments, people to call, things to buy, etc. Users can jump to any date by using the built-in calendar and fill out different sections on days to come.
Day Planner requires macOS 10.10 or later and costs NZ$4.49/US$2.99. It’s available exclusively through the Mac App Store.


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