Apple today has released an update for the iTunes Remote app on iOS. The update brings the app to version 4.4.3 and follows an update earlier this month that added optimization for the new iPad Pros.

Today’s update to iTunes Remote – which allows users to access and control their iTunes library from anywhere – includes a handful of notable bug fixes. The update offers a fix for an issue that caused the app to crash when using the in-app keyboard with Apple TV, as well as issues with AirPlay videos and video playlists.

Here’s the full changelog for the update:

This update fixes an issue where iTunes Remote may unexpectedly quit when using the in-app keyboard with Apple TV.

It also:

Resolves an issue that prevented AirPlay streaming with videos

Restores the repeat control for video playlists

Includes additional network connectivity improvements

iTunes Remote for iOS was last updated earlier this month with display optimization for the new 11-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pros. Prior to that, the app was updated for the iPhone X display in 2017. Download iTunes Remote for iOS on the App Store for free.


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