When you need to keep an eye on your family, keep an ear out for the newest and greatest free music apps
A new family-friendly music software suite is coming your way.
Called Family Music, it is free and is the latest attempt to bridge the gap between the music industry and people who want to listen to their loved ones on the go.
Family Music will feature a number of features, including streaming video, album art, and music recommendations.
It’s not entirely clear whether these features will be available to everyone or just those who have a compatible smartphone.
While the software is free, it won’t come without a price tag, as many of its features will cost money to use.
According to an article in the Wall Street Journal, the software will be priced at $1.99 per month.
The article notes that the software “will be free to download for the first month of operation, but users will need to purchase additional features” if they want to use it beyond that point.
Family Music is a collaboration between Microsoft and Sony Music, and will feature features including album art and artist bios.
It was originally announced in December 2016 and was originally meant to be free for non-Microsoft customers.
The new software will also include a number, if not all, of the features offered by other family-oriented software suites.
It will include a new feature called “Family Photo,” which will allow users to save a photo of the person who is playing a particular song.
It also includes a new way to access album art for music.
Family Photo will allow parents to save an album art photo of their kids, who are playing a certain song.
There are also plans to add album art to video games, which will include “a music and photo gallery” for each game.
There are also a number other new features planned, such as an app that allows users to see what music video artists are currently playing and which music videos they’re currently working on.
There is also a new tool that allows people to compare music videos to see which ones have the most songs in them.
While there are many features planned for Family Music that are not yet available, some of the other features that will be added to the suite include:• Stream videos of loved ones to your smartphone, tablet, or computer using the built-in browser.
Family will also offer users the ability to share music videos from the cloud, so that people who don’t have the ability or desire to download the music from their own computer can access it.• Stream video to your TV with a device that supports the streaming video service.• Download music and music videos for free, for anyone.• Create custom albums, videos, and album art.• Access album art in all major streaming services, including Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, Apple TV, Xbox Music, YouTube, and Google Play Movies and TV.• Share music videos with your friends via a “family” button.
This article originally appeared on TechCrunch.