We’ve done a lot of grousing about Apple’s .Mac service here over the past couple of years, so I was happy to hear yesterday that it’s getting a long-deserved update. The new .Mac service now includes a fairly slick web photo gallery, which integrates nicely with the iTunes and the iPhone, an increase in the storage limit to 10 GB, and finally offers server-side spam filtering on .Mac email accounts. And the price didn’t change, it’s still $99.95/year.
It sounds much improved and the Web Gallery stuff does look cool, but I still find myself not rushing back to .Mac. I’m curious, what do others think about the .Mac update? Has it got you signing up for the service or feeling better about your ongoing investment? Or were you hoping for more? (I know this wasn’t what Chris was hoping for, sorry buddy!)