Update 12/18/20: The first public alpha build is now available.
Update 12/15/20: We are getting close to the first public alpha, and are targeting this Friday (12/18) to have the first public alpha available. #staytuned
11/20/20: Progress on Infuse for macOS has been moving along swiftly over the past few months, and today we’re pleased to be able to share a quick update and a few screenshots.
Infuse for macOS will include most of the same great features found on iOS and Apple TV, including: Robust video playback, automatic organization, cloud streaming, Trakt sync, subtitle downloads, and more—all wrapped in a beautiful package that feels right at home on the Mac.
Any Mac (both Intel and M1) running Big Sur, or later.
We are currently planning to have the first public alpha available to test in early/mid December. This will be available as a free download for all who sign up.
App Store release
Infuse for macOS will make its App Store debut as part of Infuse 7 which is coming in Q1 2021.
Infuse for macOS (as well as Infuse 7) will be a free upgrade for all those with an Infuse Pro subscription (monthly, yearly, lifetime). A single Infuse Pro subscription will be usable on all your devices (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV, Mac) and can be shared via Family Sharing.
Note: An Infuse Pro subscription can be started from within the free Infuse 6 app. Starting an Infuse Pro subscription today, locks you into the best possible price for all future renewals.
Now on to the good stuff…screenshots!
These represent a current work-in-progress, and will likely see changes in the coming weeks before the release of Infuse 7.
Thanks for reading. We’ll be posting more updates soon.