“Apple’s iLife consumer-level suite of apps has changed dramatically over the years,” Ted Landau writes for Macworld.

“It has contained as few as three apps and as many as six,” Landau writes. “It’s cost as much as $79 and as little as zero. It’s been packaged both as an integrated software collection and as a loose confederacy of disparate apps.”

Landau writes, “And now, in its latest evolutionary shift, it’s been placed on the endangered software list, with a reasonable probability that it will, in the not too distant future, go extinct altogether.”

Much more in the full article here.