ILife

iLife is a suite of software applications for Mac OS X developed by Apple for organizing, editing, and publishing photos, movies, and music. The suite comprises five applications: iPhoto, iMovie, iDVD, GarageBand, and iWeb.

The most recent version, iLife '11, was publicly announced on October 20, 2010 at the Back to the Mac event held by Apple. The suite is available as a standalone product and is included with all new consumer Macintosh computers.

Read more about ILife:  Origins, Releases and History

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IMovie - Version History - Mac
... iMovie 3 January 7, 2003 Bundled with all new Macs, also a separate purchase (iLife), later as a free download ... Mac OS X Bundled as part of iLife ... iMovie 4 January 6, 2004 Bundled with all new Macs, also a separate purchase (iLife '04) ...
IPhoto - Version History - Mac
... Version iLife Introduction OS X Binary iPhoto 1 – January 7, 2002 10.1 PowerPC iPhoto 2 iLife January 3, 2003 10.1 PowerPC iPhoto 4 iLife '04 January 6, 2004 10.2 ...
ILife - Components - MobileMe Web Gallery
... MobileMe Web Gallery was a feature designed for easy photo sharing from directly within the iLife suite ... It allowed users to create events or photo albums using the Web Gallery feature of their MobileMe account, and permitted visitors to a user's Gallery to view the photos ...
GarageBand - History
... GarageBand 4, also known as GarageBand '08, is part of iLife '08 ... GarageBand 5 is part of the iLife '09 package. 6, also known as GarageBand '11, is part of the iLife '11 package, which was released on October 20, 2010 ...
Mobile Me - Services - IWeb Publish
... Users of Mac OS X v10.5 or later could use the iLife '08, iLife '09, or iLife '11 application iWeb to publish websites hosted on their MobileMe ...