Apple will reportedly unify iOS and Mac apps in 2018

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The system would unify development environments for both of Apple's main computing platforms, iOS and macOS, allowing them to target all devices with a single app instead of having to develop separately for each. It doesn't seem that Kon is concerned about Apple's previous App Store icon which also looks like the same in a triangle shape, just the new one.

The Mac App Store is a ghost town of limited selection and rarely updated programs. As for when Marzipan will become generally available, the release roadmap could reportedly see it roll out as early as next year, presumably as part of the next releases of macOS and iOS. That's a lot more work.

In the past, developers have been forced to create separate apps for iPhones, iPads, and Macs. Any other console or device which has "Cuphead" should be considered illegitimate due to the nature of the developers' deal with Microsoft.

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Apple is running a secret project, condenamed Marzipan, which will allow developers to build a single app that will work Apple's smartphone, tablet and computing devices. With a single app for all machines, Mac, iPad and iPhone users will get new features and updates at the same time.

New macOS versions make their first debuts at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conferences in June, followed immediately thereafter by beta releases, with final versions shipping each Fall. Google has started going down the same road, bringing Android apps over to Chrome OS.

Would you welcome universal Apple apps? A universal app platform would go a long way toward bringing the two operating systems closer together. Chief executive officer Tim Cook has resisted doing so, arguing that merging iOS and macOS would degrade the experience. But a unified platform was bound to happen, especially now that the company continues to invest in mobile computers like the iPad Pro and the modern Macbook. Ryan Moldenhauer, one of the people behind the game said as much in a Tweet, effectively telling users to stay away from the app.

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