News from Glencode

A most major minor release

Harmony 2.2 is now available. It has a heavy focus on improvement and refinement. Use the built-in software update, the Mac App Store or download a fresh install to get it. Enjoy!

  • [Feature] Custom order of song sections
  • [Feature] Playback Drive detection (Not in App Store)
  • [Feature]

Pricing changes

Announcing our new pricing structure...

Harmony$149.99$79.99immediatelyNo changes
Concord (iOS)$0$1.99Aug 8, 2011No changes
Concord (Mac)$0$1.99Aug 8, 2011Only distributed via Mac App Store

A momentous amelioration

If you've been around the Mac community for a few years you may remember the moment at WWDC 2008 when then Apple SVP of Software Engineering, Bertrand Serlet announced that Mac OS X Snow Leopard would have 0 new features. While that zero was a touch hyperbolic, he successfully made the point that Snow Leopard was about refinement and tuning.

OS X Lion & Harmony Q&A

What is OS X Lion?

A few weeks ago, Apple announced that OS X Lion 10.7 would be available in July 2011. It replaces OS X 10.6, also known as Snow Leopard.

Does Harmony run on OS X Lion?

We are pleased to announce that Harmony 2.1.1 is fully supported on Macs running OS X Lion.

What do I need to be aware of?

You should upgrade to Harmony 2.1.1 and run it once before upgrading to OS X Lion.

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