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The market is getting Apple to do this? Apple just made a bunch of apps totally free.  IOS & Mac users take advantage.

Apple just made iMovie, the entire iWork suite and GarageBand free for everyone. Work includes Pages, which is like Microsoft Word, Numbers (like Excel) and Keynote (like PowerPoint.) The apps stay in sync across devices, whether you’re using them on an iPhone, iPad or Mac, and documents can also be accessed easily through iCloud.

Now Apple’s productivity apps have gone free. On Tuesday, Apple made the latest versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iPhones, iPads, and Mac free. We first saw the news on MacRumors,

Previously, the Mac versions of these apps cost $19.99 per app, and the iOS versions cost $9.99 per app. However, Apple has included its first-party apps for free with new iPads and Macs in the past, so you might already have already downloaded these apps.

Apple also made iMovie and GarageBand free for iOS and Mac as well. Previously, the iOS versions of those apps cost $4.99 on Apple’s App Store.

Apple users can now get a fully featured word processor, slideshow app, or spreadsheet app for free by using the links below:

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It's not as well-known as Microsoft Word, but Apple makes a complete suite of office apps called iWork that directly competes with Microsoft Office.

Now Apple's productivity apps have gone free. On Tuesday, Apple made the latest versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iPhones, iPads, and Mac free. We first saw the news on MacRumors .

Previously, the Mac versions of these apps cost $19.99 per app, and the iOS versions cost $9.99 per app. However, Apple has included its first-party apps for free with new iPads and Macs in the past, so you might already have already downloaded these apps.

Apple also made iMovie and GarageBand free for iOS and Mac as well. Previously, the iOS versions of those apps cost $4.99 on Apple's App Store.

Apple users can now get a fully featured word processor, slideshow app, or spreadsheet app for free by using the links below:


IITians have done it again! IIT Entrepreneurs have created 12 unicorns so far, thereby becoming creators of the fourth-largest number of Unicorns (privately held companies valued at more than $1 billion) in the world.

It is precisely for this reason, India is recignized as the world's third-largest startup hub. Interestingly, a 2014 study by Pitchbook Data, a US private equity and research firm had ranked IITs as fourth among top 50 universities globally, whose graduates were entrepreneurial. It said around 264 entrepreneurs founded 205 companies and had raised a total of $ 3.15 billion in venture capital and private equity funding.

According to a report by Sage, a UK-based accounting and payroll company, IITians are next only to Stanford University, which tops the list with 51 Unicorns, Harvard (37) and the University of California (18).

A major credit to them is also that IITs' ranking on the list is higher than Massachusetts Indstitute of Technology (MIT), whose alumni have set up nine unicorns.

OUR HEROES:

Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal, co-founders of India's largest e-commerce firm Flipkart graduated from IIT Delhi, as also Rohit Bansal, co-founder of smaller rival Snapdeal.

InMobi, the ad tech firm, which turned profitable last quarter, is founded by Naveen Tewari, Abhay Singhal and Amit Gupta, all from IIT Kanpur.

Bhavish Agarwal and Ankit Bhati, co-founders at Ola, the country's largest taxi aggregator graduated from IIT Mumbai.

Some other names are Sanjay Sethi of Shopclues, Deepinder Goyal of Zomato, Jyoti Bansal of AppDynamics and KV Rao of Zuora.

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