Apple has announced the end of the famous iTunes  at this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference.

The tech company is making the change to split its media bases into three distinct apps for music, TV, and podcasts

The company is reportedly planning to replace iTunes – the application consumers have used to download music, movies and more – with three separate apps on the Mac: Music, TV and Podcasts.

The move comes amid speculation that iTunes has struggled to compete with the rise of platforms such as Spotify as consumers increasingly turn to streaming platforms.

It’s been over 18 years since iTunes was introduced at the 2001 Macworld Expo, offering a solution to an industry struggling with piracy