Apple offered three of its great apps for Mac and iOS users. The GarageBand, iWork, and iMovie are now free to enjoy.

It's a rare opportunity for Apple fans who uses Mac and iOS. TechCrunch reported that the company rolled out the updated versions of its GarageBand, iWork and iMovie apps for all customers and this is for free.

According to MacRumors, the three apps were previously not free for Mac and iOS users except for those who purchased a new iOS or Mac device. Now, there's no such condition for any customers who wants to have the GarageBand, iWork, and iMovie on their gadget.

The free apps include GarageBand Mac for MacOS 10.10 or later, GarageBand iOS for iOS 10.2 or later iWork Mac for 10.12 or later, iWork iOS for iOS 10.0 or later, iMovie Mac for MacOS 10.11.2 or later and iMovie iOS for iOS 9.3 or later. The software version requirements must be met to download and install the free versions of the three Apple apps.

Before Apple gives GarageBand, iWork, and iMovie for free, the three apps come with their respective prices. The GarageBand for Mac cost $4.99, the iMovie at $14.99 while the iWork app for Mac versions is priced $19.99 while its iOS version is at $9.99.

Since 2013, GarageBand, iWork, and iMovie had been bargained by Apple as free apps for newly purchased iPads, iPhones, iPod Touch and Mac devices. It even comes free several times aside from now.

As of now, the iWork page is still not updated and will direct customers from purchasing the three apps instead of free downloads. iWork has a variety of productivity apps aside from GarageBand, iWork, and iMovie. Other apps included are Pages, Numbers, and Keynote that are competitors of Google Docs and Microsoft Office apps.