iTunes 12.7.1 for macOS rolls out with performance improvements — Apple says the upgrade includes minor app and performance improvements. iTunes for macOS now focuses on music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and audiobooks. Apps for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch are now exclusively available in the Apple App Store.
LucidTime is a new customisable desktop clock system for macOS — It offers Mac users a collection of faceless clocks that sit quietly in the background on their Desktops. LucidTime offers three highly customisable clocks, each offering their own individually method of presenting the time of day.
Users can adjust the colour of each clock component (hour, minutes, and second hands; major and minor tick marks; and more), the display size of each clock, and the transparency level of each clock and each clock element. Clocks can be positioned anywhere on the screen via select-and-drag. You can show or hide the seconds display for any clock, as wells show or hide various other clock elements for each clock.
LucidTime 1.0 requires macOS 10.12.6 or higher. It costs NZ$4.49/US$2.99 and is available worldwide exclusively at the Mac App Store.