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Now you can try Final Cut Pro X free for 90 days

Like many companies Apple has taken actions that somehow help its customers in the mandatory quarantine in which millions of people are currently complying, such as consequence **of the pandemic generated by the coronavirus. But beyond the donations that seek to save lives, **Apple has been concerned about those people who collaborate from their homes to stop the disease, offering some free programs .

As can be seen on the company’s official site, the company has generated a free trial of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X, its audio and video editing applications for 90 days worldwide.

Now you can try Final Cut Pro X free for 90 days
Now you can try Final Cut Pro X free for 90 days

The timely launch of the new free trials will certainly help creatives and students who are forced to work and learn from home due to coronavirus precautions, which currently keep people looking for new learning options.

For Final Cut Pro X, Apple is extending the previous 30-day free trial to 90 days so anyone can try the video production package that sells for 299 euros. Even customers who are currently on a trial version will be able to download the new version for an additional 90 days.

Apple will also be offering the same 90-day trial for Logic Pro X customers , which is brand new for the audio suite that normally sells for 199 euros.

Quarantine Apps

In addition to these options that Apple has made available to its most creative customers, other apps available on the App Store are ideal for taking advantage of these days of confinement, which at least in Spain has become more widespread than expected.

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