GarageBand, iMovie Made Free With Latest IOS Update

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GarageBand, iMovie Made Free


The Cupertino firm has decided to make GarageBand, iWork and iMovie accessible to all users of MacOS and iOS , for the modest sum of nothing.


Since 1 September 2013, the new buyers of a computer or a smartphone stamped enjoy free Apple GarageBand, iMovie and iWork (including Keynote, Pages and Numbers).

Free for all (or almost)

For those with a Mac or iPhone earlier than this date, there were two options available. Either buy $ 4.99 for GarageBand and iMovie, or $ 9.99 for each iWork app on iOS ($ 14.99 for iMovie and $ 19.99 for Keynote, Pages and Numbers in their MacOS versions). Or opt for a technique as illegal as it is widespread: piracy.

This time is now gone since Apple decided to make these applications free for all the owners of a Mac or an iPhone . A late attention that remains nevertheless appreciable, especially since GarageBand on iOS constitutes a weighty argument in favor of the iPhone, the application having no equivalent valid on Android.

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