WWDC 2020 is approaching quickly, and with this year’s event being totally virtual due to the pandemic, the WWDC app will be more important than ever. Follow along for how to get the WWDC app for iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, and Mac

Update 6/15: Apple has updated the Apple developer app with a new Browse tab replacing the Videos tab, new details for WWDC20, and also launched a Mac version for the first time! Learn more below or download the latest version here.

Apple just announced its general schedule for WWDC20 with the Special Event Keynote slated for 10 a.m. PT on Monday, June 22. That along with the Platforms State of the Union, 100+ technical and design sessions with Apple engineers, and more will be streaming live during the week through Apple’s developer website and Apple Developer app (previously called WWDC).

If you’re searching for the WWDC app and keep seeing the Apple Developer app pop up as the top result, that’s because the app was renamed in November of last year.

How to get the WWDC app on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple TV

  1. On your iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, or Mac search the App Store for WWDC or Apple Developer (or click this link)
  2. Download and open the Apple Developer app, then tap Account in the bottom right corner to sign in
  3. Check out WWDC20 details in the WWDC tab at the bottom
  4. Tap the Browse tab to watch the WWDC keynote and all the other sessions and content from this year’s conference

How to get WWDC app iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac

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