Apple has made essential software like iMovie, Garageband, Numbers, Keynote, and Pages free for all Mac and iOS users. The company listed all these apps as free on the App Store on Tuesday. Apple previously gave this software away for free with every new macOS or iOS device that was activated.
According to a report by Macrumors, the company has not updated its iWork page and the website still says that the software will be free for people who have purchased eligible iOS or Mac devices. The report details that apps have been removed from the Top Free app charts in the App Store. Apple’s support website informs that educational institution and business units can enroll in the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP) to get free copies of Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iMovie and GarageBand in the VPP store.
We verified the price drop on both US and India-based Apple accounts and were able to install iWork and iLife apps without paying anything. The interesting thing here is that the company has not issued any official statement regarding the price drop. So you can visit the App Store on your iOS or Mac OS device and get these productivity tools without paying anything.
Published Date: Apr 20, 2017 10:17 am | Updated Date: Apr 20, 2017 10:17 am