Apple’s IWork, GarageBand And IMovie Are Now Free For All Mac And IOS Users

Posted: Apr 19 2017, 2:58am CDT | by , in News | Apple

 
Apple’s iWork, GarageBand and iMovie are Now Free for All Mac and iOS Users
  • Apple’s iWork, GarageBand and iMovie are Available Free of Cost

Now Apple’s iWork, GarageBand and iMovie services are going to be available absolutely free of cost.

Apple recently changed the entire price list for its iLife productivity suite. Also iMovie and GarageBand have had changes made in their setup. Both have been freely available since the past half a decade or so.

The apps were not updated. The last update to the Keynote had Apple adding the capacity for importing presentations, posting presentations on other websites and quickly opening password-guarded presentations.

Among the page improvements were: better text formatting, bookmarking, math equation entry, RTF import and export and last but not least language, region, currency and time customization.

The three productivity apps came out at the same time as the iOS 10.3. Thus Apple is making the process of access even more inclusive as a part of its generosity drive to get as many tools in the hands of as many consumers as possible.

Especially the fact that it does not cost a single cent makes this really quite an interesting proposal. Half the apps will be available for macOS and the other half for iOS, according to MacRumors. While the macOS or iOS are things that cost you money, the apps are free.

Apple is finally simplifying matters. It wants to take the stuff to its valued clientele instead of having them knocking at its door. The ecosystem that it has designed is such that Keynote, Numbers, Pages, iMovie, iWork and GarageBand are all there to be picked up without shelling out any dollars or cents.

This is all meant to make things easier and more facilitating for the consumer base that Apple already possesses in scads. Apple is the best and it knows it. Solving problems on a rational basis is its main job. The technological strategies it takes to accomplish this goal are cutting edge in their nature.

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