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

Like many companies, Apple has taken actions that in some way help its customers in the mandatory quarantine in which millions of people currently comply, such as consequence ** of the pandemic generated by the coronavirus. But beyond life-saving donations, ** Apple has cared for those people who work from home to stop the disease, offering some free programs.

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

Apple extends free trial of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X for 90 days

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

For Final Cut Pro X, Apple is extending the above free trial from 30 days 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.

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

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