MacOS Catalina, the latest version of Apple’s desktop operating system, is now available as a free software update in the Mac App Store. With macOS Catalina, users will now be able to download and play Apple Arcade, Apple’s new game subscription service featuring exclusive games from some of the world’s most creative developers. Catalina also features all-new Mac versions of Apple Music, Apple Podcasts and Apple TV apps, essentially breaking up the old iTunes app and bringing the desktop OS a little more in line with iPadOS and iOS without breaking the integrity of either OS. A new feature called Sidecar allows users to use their iPad as a second display, or tablet input device using Apple Pencil with Mac apps. Voice Control, a new accessibility feature, allows Mac to be controlled entirely by voice. With Mac Catalyst, a new technology in Catalina that makes it easy for third-party developers to bring iPad apps to Mac, users will begin to see their favorite iPad apps in Mac versions, including Twitter, TripIt, Post-It, GoodNotes and Jira, with more to come. And for the first time, Screen Time comes to Mac, giving users insight into how they spend time in apps and on websites, and the ability to decide how to spend their time.