Apple removes the prices of its main applications: the pack of iWork, iMovie and GarageBand now they are all free for iOS and Mac.
In 2013 Apple decided to offer its iWork, iMovie and GarageBand programs and applications for free to all those users who buy new devices. However, for customers with computers, tablets and mobiles prior to that date and who had not yet renewed them, they continue to be paid apps.
That is a thing of the past, since today Apple has decided to eliminate the prices of all these applications and now any user of the OS and Mac, have the device they have, can download them totally free.
Free iWork, iMovie and GarageBand for everyone
iWork is the office suite that comes pre-installed on the Mac and that includes the Pages, Keynote and Numbers, that is, Apple’s Word, PowerPoint and Excel to create documents, spreadsheets and presentations.
In the case of Mac, these apps maintain a price of $ 19.99 on old computers and 9.99 & on iOS. In the case of iMovie, the video editor sells for $ 4.99 on iOS and $ 14.99 on Mac, while GarageBand cost $ 4.99.
All those prices disappear from now on and all those applications are released for free to all usersSo those with old hardware will be able to upgrade to the new versions at no cost.
This is good news, although it may have taken longer than expected to make this move, especially with the rise that online office suites such as Google Docs or Office 365 have had in recent years. Users now more than ever resort to solutions in the cloud to edit, create and access your documents anywhere and with great compatibility between platforms.