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Ever since Lion came out with Launchpad, it’s been a nice feature, but I’ve never really found myself using it all too much. Now with Mountain Lion, Launchpad has been polished a little and it is a more reliable solution.
Starting today I’m going to hide the dock on my Mac and try to use Launchpad only for launching my applications.
This is going to require a complete reorganization of my Launchpad, but I believe this is where the OS is going as a whole.
If I am wrong, then so what, I have a well organized Launchpad as a backup to my dock. Here’s to you Dock, it’s been fun. Hello, Launchpad.
My apps are safe for yet another year: I have renewed my iOS developer account. At $99 a year, my belief is that it is definitely worth it. Not only is it the only way to possibly publish your apps on the Apple App Store, but the resources are fantastic. Instant access to the newest iOSX.X beta releases is a HUGE plus as well!
I am very tempted to purchase a Mac Developer account as well for early access to Mountain Lion. “The official release comes out in July, Tyler, you can make it.”
For now, that’s what I’ll keep telling myself and my wallet.