Apple Now Offers 90-Day Trials For Final Cut Pro X And Logic Pro X

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Apple’s creative professional apps – Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X are both getting a 90-day free trial for Apple users. This offer will be available for a limited time. This is the first time that Apple has provided a trial offer for these apps as they are one of the most premium softwares from the company.

Apple offering these softwares for a free trial due to the ongoing situation of the world where people are advised to work from home. So, the company wants to take full-advantage of this situation to increase the active subscribers on both of these apps. The 90-day trial is available now for Final Cut Pro X and will arrive “in the coming days” for Logic Pro X.

Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, most of the people around the world are not able to attend thier work or school. So, it is a great deal for people to grab these tools that costs hundreds of dollars normally. In this way, they will be able to learn a new skill or continue their work if they belongs to the same profession. “We hope customers who are home and looking for something new to master will try out these free trials,” reads Apple’s announcement.

Final Cut Pro X already had a 30-day free trial, but a free trial of any kind is entirely new for Logic Pro X. As of now, Apple doesn’t mention when the offer for 90-day trials will end, but the company mentioned that it will revert to the previous 30-day free trial once this offer expires. The company also notes that those users who have already downloaded and claimed the 30-day free trial of Final Cut Pro X, they will also be benefited from this offer as their trial period will be extended automatically.

Other companies that make music software are offering similar free deals amid the pandemic. Avid is issuing a limited number of free 90-day licenses for Pro Tools. On the other hand, Fender is also giving 100,000 people three months of free guitar lessons on its Fender Play app.

On a normal day, Final Cut Pro X costs $299.99, and Logic Pro X costs $199.99. So, if you haven’t claimed the free trial of these softwares yet, go and claim your free 90-day trial.

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