Now available from Apple is Mac OS Catalina this year's annual Mac update keeps things interesting with a renewed focus on services.
Here are five of the biggest things in Catalina, that should make your Mac life a little better.
Number one apple replaces iTunes Catalina Apple breaks iTunes up into three separate apps that each take over some of the work that Apple's old media app carried.
Taking over the music portion of iTunes is Apple Music.
Apple TV will manage all your movies and shows.
It's also where you'll find Apple TV plus the company's new streaming service.
An Apple podcast is new to help you listen to all your podcasts.
A second cool addition is iPad apps are now available on the Mac.
We already have a few iPad apps with news, stocks, voice memos and home on the Mac.
And with Catalina Apple has opened up POS to all iPad developers, so expect to see more apps coming soon.
Apple is expanding accessibility controls in Catalina With voice control, you can now take command of your Mac with your voice instead of using a keyboard or trackpad.
The new feature will use Siri speech recognition engine.
And all audio processing will happen on your Mac, not on Apple's servers to guard your privacy.
And screen time is now available for the Mac OS.
Catalina's new Screen Time app that you take control of your family's Mac time.
You can schedule downtime for family members and limit which apps you or your kids can use.
And finally, there's Apple Arcade.
Apple's new game subscription service comes with more than 100 new and exclusive games.
The service cost 499 a month for unlimited access, after a free one month trial.
Along with a Mac, you can play arcade on your iPad, iPhone and Apple TV.
We've just scratched the surface on all the cool updates in Mac OS Catalina.
For more information head over to cnet.com.
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