Guy Smarts Apple just made all these apps free

GarageBand, iMovie, and iWork are now free of charge on the App Store, according to The Verge.

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iOS and Mac users just got a nice gift

Attention, Apple users: Your benevolent tech overlord has just gifted you with a suite of free apps that you can now download to your iOS and Mac devices. It is possible that you already have them, but, if not, these tried and true applications are essential to your Apple gadget of choice.

GarageBand, iMovie, and iWork are now free of charge on the App Store, according to The Verge. They were previously being offered for anywhere from $4.99 to $9.99 on your phone, while the desktop version of iMovie ran for $14.99. The iWork suite of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote cost $19.99 for each app. Now, they're all yours, and are just a simple download away. Thank you, Tim Cook.

Just in case you need some extra storage to accommodate these additions, here's a handy trick to free up gigs of space on your iPhone. Or, if you haven't already, you can also download iOS 10.3.

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