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New Mac app lets you search everything you’ve ever seen or heard


Rewind: Find anything you’ve seen, said, or heard.
Rewind: Find anything you’ve seen, said, or heard.
Image: Rewind AI, Inc.

Rewind is a Mac app coming soon that promises to create a searchable, rewindable index of everything you read online, write in conversation, work on or even say in meetings.

We’ve all had this happen: you remember seeing something that you want to share, but you don’t remember where you saw it nor enough details to find it on the internet. Rewind promises to make everything that you’ve “seen, said or heard” searchable.

Apple TV now finds PBS shows with universal Siri search


Now find PBS Kids shows with your Siri Remote.
Now find PBS Kids shows with your Siri Remote.
Photo: Rob LeFebvre/Cult of Mac

It looks like Apple has expanded its killer Apple TV feature again, with Siri searches now turning up shows from PBS and PBS Kids.

This is the first sighting of the universal search feature finding results from more than just the apps included in Apple TVs initial launch, which included iTunes, Hulu, Netflix, HBO, and Showtime.

Now when you ask your Siri Remote to find shows that are available on PBS and PBS Kids, like the show about that curious monkey, you’ll see another option to watch via the Apple TV screen.

You’ll soon be able to use Siri to search Music on Apple TV


Siri can now surface Disney content on your Apple TV.
Siri will soon let you search Apple Music.
Photo: Leander Kahney/Cult of Mac

Apple TV’s Siri-enabled universal search feature is set to come to Apple Music early next year, Apple has confirmed.

The feature means that Apple TV users will be able to request to find songs, artists or albums in the way that they can currently find movies or TV shows.

Everything we think we know about the new Apple TV


The new Apple TV is about to be unveiled.
Apple is about to take the wraps off the new Apple TV.
Photo: Jim Merithew/Cult of Mac

We’ve been waiting years for Apple to wow us with a new Apple TV that embraces gaming, controls the home and is super-easy to use — and that appears to be just what we’re going to get.

Thanks to a steady stream of leaks from the rumor mill, we already have a pretty solid idea what Apple will show us next week when it finally unveils the new Apple TV. It’s been years in the making — here’s what to expect.