Native Instruments are introducing a new software management tool called Native Access which will presumably replace the NI Service Centre. It has just been released for public Beta testing, see further details below.
The Native Access beta is now available for everyone. Be among the first to experience a convenient new way of managing your music creation tools.
Please note: The purpose of beta testing is to eliminate bugs, crashes, and unstable application behaviour ahead of the official release. As such, you may experience some of these issues while using Native Access during the beta phase. The Native Access beta currently only manages KOMPLETE Instruments and Effects.
HOW NATIVE ACCESS HELPS YOU
Native Access is your one-stop hub for easy product installation, registration, and updates. Open Native Access and log into your Native Instruments account to get set up.
Install all your products from one screen, then immediately start creating. Native Access activates your installed products automatically.
ADD NEW PRODUCTS
When you buy Native Instruments hardware or a bundled product such as KOMPLETE, Native Access lets you quickly add a serial number to your account.
See all your available updates on one convenient screen. The one-click update process in Native Access makes it fast and simple to get the latest versions of your installed products.
AT A GLANCE
|Product type:||Administration tool for music creation software|
|For use with:||Supports all software products currently available at the NI Online Shop except MASCHINE, MASCHINE Expansions, and TRAKTOR software. Support for MASCHINE, MASCHINE Expansions, and TRAKTOR software will be added in the coming months. For details, see the full list of supported products.|
|Download size:||48 MB (Windows) 29 MB (OS X)|
|System Requirements:||Mac OS X 10.9, 10.10 or 10.11 (latest update), Intel Core 2 Duo, 2 GB RAM.
Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 10 (latest Service Pack, 32/64-bit), Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD Athlon 64 X2, 2 GB RAM
Graphics hardware support for OpenGL 2.1 or higher - in case of graphics issues, please install the latest drivers for your GPU. This can be necessary even if Windows reports them as up to date.