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Michelle Lewis


Michelle Lewis is an editor at 9to5Mac who lives in White River Junction, Vermont. She has previously worked for Fast Company, the Guardian, News Deeply, Time, and others. Message Michelle on Twitter @michelle0728 or at michelle@9to5mac.com.

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September 3, 2020

Downlink uses real-time satellite imagery to create gorgeous live wallpapers for Mac

Looking for new Mac desktop imagery? Downlink is a nifty menu bar app that aims to provide you with instant access to a collection of wallpapers for macOS, created using live feeds from a trio of satellites to provide the “freshest images of Earth” possible.

July 31, 2020

Netflix is rolling out playback speed controls on Android, coming to iOS, web soon

Netflix has been preparing the ability for users to control the playback speed of TV shows and movies for a while, but never rolled it out widely. Today, the company has confirmed that Android users are first in line to get access to the new feature.

June 22, 2020

Apple adds electric car charge routing to Maps in iOS 14 for BMW, Ford, and other EVs

Apple’s WWDC keynote included some good electric vehicle news today, when Apple announced that they would add EV charge routing into their next update to Apple Maps for iOS 14.

This allows drivers to navigate to a destination and automatically be told where to charge and for how long, simplifying the process of taking a road trip with an electric car.

May 27, 2020

YouTube Kids app makes its debut on Apple TV

YouTube Kids is the child-friendly version of YouTube that adds pretty strong parental controls to help keep kids on specific types of content. Starting today, YouTube Kids is finally available for download on Apple TV.

August 28, 2019

Apple Music beta for Android adds Chromecast support

While Apple Music might not be the most popular music streaming service on Android, the latest beta update adds Chromecast support for streaming your playlists, radio stations, and more.

July 12, 2019

Hulu brings back 4K streaming, works on Chromecast Ultra & Apple TV

Hulu is one of the biggest streaming platforms out there today, but it lacks the 4K content that its competitors in Netflix and Prime Video have in huge quantity. This week, Hulu quietly revealed that 4K streaming is back after it was previously removed, and it works on Chromecast and Apple TV.

July 2, 2018

Tonara 360 aims to simplify the business side of music lessons

Tonara 360 launched today with an interesting concept: increasing student practice time between lessons and helping teachers manage the “business” side of music lessons.

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