Apple has updated some of Mac and iOS apps, all Mac and iOS users now can owe it for free.
Previously these three apps were available for free to customers who buy a new Mac or iOS devices, but now it’s changed when purchase is not a condition to get these software. It takes no free for many Apple users to download the apps.
Apple’s iWork is a productive app that is to compete with Google Docs and Microsoft Office. iWork includes Pages, Numbers, Keystones and iPhoto. iMovie and GarageBand are more consumer-focused tools for video and music editing.
iMovie is considered to be the most useful among these three apps because users use smartphone to shoot video. iMovie enable customers to choose from library a clip and then add studio- quality title music and special effect. It also allow user work on multiple devices such as you can begin working on iPhone and ending your work on iPad.
Previously customer who didn’t purchase a device but wanting to own these apps would have paid $19.99 for the Mac version of the iWorkapp and $9.99 per for iOS version. Before this update, GarageBand and iMovie for the Mac were $4.99 and $14.99, respectively, and on the App Store, their counterparts were $4.99.