A new piece of software for Mac, called StatusBuddy, reveals the status of various services Apple like App Store and Apple Music with a click of the mouse provides additional detail and is more timely than the company's state of service website.
Developed by a Brazilian developer. Guilherme Rambo, the brain behind the excellent AirBuddy software, StatusBuddy lives in your Mac's menu bar and continues to monitor the status of Apple. Various online services such as the App Store, Apple Music Apple Arcade etc.
Description of the Rambo software:
StatusBuddy displays an icon in the Mac menu bar. When a Apple The service is having trouble, the icon shows a red badge and you can click on it to check what's happening. This app will show the same problem. Apple Report on official system status panels for developers and consumers, to include developer services like App Store Connect and TestFlight and consumer services like Apple Music and TV +.
The same information is available through the status page of Apple:
However, a special application to check the status of this service is better than a web page because there are at least two reasons. First, the original app updates faster than the status pages, which can often take hours before the problem is recognized. And secondly, like 9to5Mac note that the system status page Apple it doesn't have much better details about each specific service.
StatusBuddy lives on your Mac's menu for quick access. Open source applications are free to use, but it is recommended that you pay the amount you want for further development.
According to RamboStatusBuddy is the first real app you wrote using SwiftUI and Combine.
This is the first "real" app I wrote using SwiftUI and Combine, and it's open source: https://t.co/0EUj489o2i
– Guilherme Rambo (@_inside) February 12, 2020
For more details, see StatusBuddy on GitHub.
The aforementioned AirBuddy, illustrated below this paragraph, adds the AirPods detection feature to your Mac just like on the iPhone and iPad. This software is priced at $ 5 and works with other W1-compatible devices, such as certain Beats headphones.
Download StatusBuddy from the official website at statusbuddy.app.
This software requires macOS Catalina 10.15 or newer