At the event held recently in San Francisco, Apple has unleashed an update to its iLife apps with a load of new features. The company has also ensured that people will be able to download iLife apps for free with purchase of any iOS/Mac device.
All the 3 iLife apps, iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand have been redesigned for both OSX Mavericks and iOS 7, bringing the most helpful 64-bit support for faster performance and smoother integration with iCloud.
According to the company, browsing pictures via iPhoto app has never been smoother or brisk, now it is possible with 64-bit support. The mobile version has received a brand-new design, which features a dark and flat design.
iPad users can now make photobooks, a feature which was only available for desktop users that lets users to make and order printed collections of their images.
Next comes the iMovie. Both the iOS and Mac versions have been revamped, which allows users to browse their library and share their desired stuff much easily. Effects like speeding up or slowing down a video clip has also been enhanced to utilize the new video capabilities in iPhone 5s.
In addition, the app also receives an iMovie Theatre feature, which lets users to view all of their finished projects in one place.
Last comes the GarageBand, which has got an all-new design for Apple’s latest OS. Now users will be able to create up to 32 tracks using different tools. While the Mac version has got a new design along with a new sound-library. Moreover, the app also brings a ‘Drummer’ tool that allows users to add virtual drummer sessions to their tracks.
iOS and Android users can check out and grab the latest versions of iPhoto, iMovie and GarageBand from the following links.