Apple Music is finally launching with an extended lullaby mode.
The music service has been working on this for a while, but with the new feature, it now has one for every song in the catalog, with an extra lullaby on the top of every song.
The new mode will be available for new users on iOS 9.3 and later, as well as on Apple TV and Apple TV devices running OS X Mavericks and later.
The service is launching with a few additional tweaks to help users tune out the noise, such as a new background-color selection for music and lyrics.
Apple Music also includes new tools for editing and creating custom music libraries.
Apple is offering a free one-year trial of the new mode, but if you want to get it for $2.99 a month, you’ll have to subscribe to the Apple Music Premium plan.
For those who want to be in the know, Apple has posted a new tutorial on how to customize your music library.
Apple will be introducing new music-selection options on iOS 10 and macOS Sierra in the coming weeks, but we’ll be keeping an eye on the latest news on Apple Music to see if it adds more new features or changes the way it works.