by Brent Dirks
January 16, 2014
Just a little less than a month after introducing the first beta version of OS X 10.9.2, Apple has just seeded beta 2. A new addition in the second beta allows users to block other people on iMessage and FaceTime, just like in iOS 7. Released a few days before Christmas, the first beta version brought support for FaceTime Audio. The free calling service was integrated into both the iMessage and FaceTime apps. Other changes focused on Mail for Mac. If you’re a registered developer, the beta version of the software can be downloaded through the Software Update or directly from the developer’s page. Version 10.9.1 of OS X Mavericks officially debuted in December as well. The major focus in that update was improving support for Gmail. For other news today, see: Rdio Brings Its Huge Song Catalog To The Web For Free, Shopkick's iBeacon Trial Will Grow To 100 American Eagle Outfitters Stores, and Starbucks Will Update Its iOS App To Add Extra Security Precautions.