Danger Cove apps work flawlessly with first macOS Big Sur beta

June 2020

After trying Timeless, Denied, Carbonize, Relax and Pipvid with the first macOS 11 beta, I’ve discovered they’re all working fine!

New releases tend to introduce (security) features that I need to comply with, but the first beta at least seems to be fully compatible. 👍

A screenshot of every app running macOS 11 Big Sur beta 1

Here’s a screenshot of the apps running on the new OS. Notice the huge change in design.

I stick to default UI elements for most of my apps in anticipation of an event like this; every app immediately looks right at home with the new look. Apart for Denied, which could use with some rounded corners. 😅

Timeless app icon

Timeless

Stay focused and reduce time anxiety

Timeless is a subtle clock replacement. It helps you feel less anxious about the time and more focused on how you should be spending it.

macOS Productivity

Denied app icon

Denied

Skips terrible music

Denied saves your ears from Nickelback or any other band, song or album. It sees what you're playing and automatically skips songs that you dislike.

macOS Audio Spotify iTunes Apple Music

Carbonize app icon

Carbonize

Beautiful images of code

Generate gorgeous, highly customizable images from your code snippets. Ready to save or share.

macOS Development

Relax app icon

Relax

Mutes internal speakers

Relax automatically mutes your internal speakers and pauses music apps when you disconnect headphones.

macOS Audio Spotify iTunes Apple Music

Pipvid app icon

Pipvid

Snaps videos to any corner

Adds a picture-in-picture mode to VLC and QuickTime. Ideal for watching videos in the corner of your screen while you work on something else.

macOS Video QuickTime VLC