Apple makes a bunch of apps free for everyone

Lynne Hanson
April 19, 2017

You should find the free apps available on your iPhone or Mac now. Now they too can use iWork, iMovie, and GarageBand on their devices without having to pay a lot of money for Apple's software. Put another way, the only folks who will notice a change are those who might have had trouble downloading the apps in the first place. Making the apps free for all users should certainly help to free up any confusion or inconvenience - especially since Apple has been providing the apps to new owners for at least a few years now. While iWork is a a suite of productivity apps, iMovie and GarageBand are apps focused upon things like movies and music.

Previously, all of these apps were provided for free to customers who purchased a new Mac or iOS device, but now that purchase is not required to get the software.

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To download any of the newly free apps, just follow the direct links below. Now though, the applications are free to all iOS and mac users. Some of their desktop Mac counterparts were more expensive; iMovie was $14.99 and Pages, Numbers, and Keynote were the priciest at $19.99 each.

The shift to going fully free for all users (via MacRumors) enables customers on older devices to now have access the latest versions of each of these apps at no cost.

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