Apple Makes Some Apps Free For All
Apple updated iMovie, GarageBand and iWork on Tuesday, making them available for free to all iOS and Mac users. The apps were previously free to anyone who purchased a new iOS or macOS device in the past few years. However, the update means a device purchase is no longer a requirement. Those who wanted to use the apps who hadn’t purchased a device would have had to pay $9.99 per app and $19.99 for iWork. iWork is a set of productivity applications including Keynotes, Pages, Numbers and iPhotos.
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