Free music software is here to stay, thanks to a recent surge in adoption among Mac users.
Apple says that the growth of its Mac Music Store, which now has more than a million products, has “brought music back into the mainstream.”
This month, the company launched a new version of the Mac Music app, which includes music, audiobooks, and more.
The latest update includes support for Apple’s new TrueAudio audio codec, which allows a user to listen to any music file without needing to use a separate software player.
Apple also added a feature called “Themes” to the app, allowing users to add and customize themes to the apps and websites they visit.
The new version also includes new features like support for the Apple Pay payment system, a new “Spotify-like” music player, and support for Siri’s voice commands.
Mac Music also includes support from Apple’s App Store, where Mac users can buy music for up to $1.99.
For more information, read our Mac Music roundup.