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Apple simplifies things and doesn't charge anything for iMovie, GarageBand, Pages, Numbers and Keynote apps (for iOS and macOS)

A while ago, Apple decided to adopt the following policy: the old iLife apps (iMovie and GarageBand, which were complemented by the late iDVD) and the iWork suite (Pages, Numbers and Keynote) cost a few dollars each, but if you bought a new one iGadget or Mac, you could download them for free. Today, that has changed once and for all.

All apps, both for iOS and for macOS, are now free regardless of whether or not you bought a new phone, tablet or computer.

iOS


IMovie app icon

iMovie

in Apple

Version 2.2.8 (617.3 MB) Requires iOS 13.0 or superior


GarageBand app icon


Pages app icon

Pages

in Apple

Version 5.2.1 (479.3 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior


Numbers app icon

Numbers

in Apple

Version 5.2.1 (500.5 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior


Keynote app icon

Keynote

in Apple

Version 5.2.1 (623.3 MB) Requires iOS 12.0 or superior

macOS


IMovie app icon

iMovie

in Apple

Compatible with Macs

Version 10.1.14 (2.2 GB) Requires macOS 10.14.6 or superior


GarageBand app icon


Pages app icon

Pages

in Apple

Compatible with Macs

Version 8.2.1 (262 MB) Requires macOS 10.14 or superior


Numbers app icon

Numbers

in Apple

Compatible with Macs

Version 6.2.1 (205.2 MB) Requires macOS 10.14 or superior


Keynote app icon

Keynote

in Apple

Compatible with Macs

Version 9.2.1 (438.3 MB) Requires macOS 10.14 or superior

It is a small but good change. In addition to putting an end to a possible confusion regarding the prices of these apps (now the company only charges even for applications 100% aimed at the professional public, such as Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro X), it is still a pleasure for consumers . ?

(via MacRumors)