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Make Your MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar More Useful With This Support

By Monica U Santos , Apr 17, 2017 05:46 AM EDT
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Evernote, a cross-platform and freemium app, is the latest MacBook Pro app to add support for its Touch Bar feature. And because of its perfect integration, it seems to be taking a rather simple approach to the MacBook Pro. With the release of this new update, the Touch Bar is said to display buttons to start a search, begin a new note, and easily access things that the users may actually want to do with just one tap.

Touch Bar and Spotify

According to MobileSyrup, one of the major complaints about the MacBook Pro Touch Bar, when it was initially revealed, is its lack of Spotify integration. Since Spotify wants to widen its digital music services, just about a month ago, the music streaming app finally added Touch Bar support. It gives users quick access to skipping, playing and stopping songs, as well as a time stamp scroll bar similar to the Quick Time’s integration.

Touch Bar and Evernote

Evernote is a cross-platform and freemium app designed for taking, organizing and archiving notes. It is developed by a private company headquartered in Redwood City, California, which is named as Evernote Corporation. The app the majority of popular operating system platforms which includes MacOS, iOS, Chrome OS, Microsoft Windows, Windows Phone, Android, BlackBerry 10 and webOS.

Evernote offers online synchronization and backup services for all the saved notes of the users. Now, it has also entered the Touch Bar fray on the Apple MacBook Pro 2016. Evernote's new integration with the MacBook Pro feature is one of the most recent and the best examples of how developers, as well as users, can use the Touch Bar properly.

Controls get a bit more difficult and confusing because the bar turns into a slider when showing various colors. However, they don’t look to get into the overly difficult realm that bogs down some apps’ Touch Bar control. As noted by The Verge, Evernote was trying to make the controls of the app fall somewhere between the touchscreen buttons and keyboard shortcuts. That us why it really makes sense to see it land on this kind of basic feature and result.

 

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