Apple Remote App Updated to 2.0.1

Apple today released an update to their Remote app for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad devices. The new update includes numerous bug fixes and improvements which some users were complaining about in the previous version.

If you use Remote a lot, it’s in your best interest to update.

What’s New in Version 2.0.1

• Includes stability and performance improvements.
• Improves performance using Remote on an iPhone when Bluetooth is enabled.
• Addresses a problem browsing artists with a large number of albums.
• Addresses some issues waking up computers when using Home Sharing.
• Addresses some issues with connecting to an iTunes library or Apple TV when using Home Sharing or a Passcode.
• Addresses some issues with connecting to a Wi-Fi network.

Description

Control iTunes and Apple TV using your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad over your Wi-Fi network. Choose playlists, songs, and albums as if you were right in front of your computer or Apple TV. From anywhere in your home change a song, pick a playlist or browse through your entire library.  With a flick of your finger, you can even control every aspect of the Apple TV user interface.  Use your device’s QWERTY keyboard to quickly tap out the title instead of clicking letters on the Apple TV screen. Then keep tapping to play, fast forward, rewind, and pause to your finger’s content. Remote has been fully optimized to take advantage of the large screen real estate of the iPad as well as the spectacular Retina display in the iPhone 4, and new iPod touch.

Features
• Control iTunes and Apple TV, from anywhere in your home
• Pause, rewind, fast forward, shuffle, and adjust the volume from your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad
• View album, movie, and TV show artwork
• Create and update Genius playlists
• Create and edit playlists in iTunes
• Search your entire iTunes library
• Control iTunes to send music to AirPlay speakers
• Control the volume on each speaker independently
• Control Apple TV with simple finger gestures
• Enter text with the keyboard
• Even control Shared Libraries on iTunes and the new Apple TV

[via App Store]

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