Apple is taking advantage of the fact a whole lot of people are working from home these days by offering 90-day trials for both Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X for the first time.
With the free software deal, the tech giant is hoping that people who are stuck at home and looking for something new to master will download the packages — flexing their creativity to create videos with Final Cut Pro X and audio tracks with Logic Pro X.
“We hope customers who are home and looking for something new to master will try out these free trials and start making some awesome new beats with Logic Pro X or create some amazing videos with Final Cut Pro X,” an Apple spokesperson said.
The free trial of Final Cut Pro X (for Macs) is available at this link; Apple has previously offered a free 30-day trial of the software. The download page for the free Logic Pro X trial will be available soon.
There was a 30-day trial running for Final Cut Pro X, but this will be the first time that Logic Pro X will receive any kind of free trial offer. Customers who have installed the 30-day trial for Final Cut Pro X will be able to use the latest extended trial offer.
People who wish to buy the software after the trial ends, Logic Pro X sells for $199 USD and Final Cut Pro X is available for $299.