If you were looking to learn how to use some of Apple’s Pro Apps, now is the time to do so.
Currently, Mac users can get a 90-day free trial of Final Cut Pro X and Logic Pro X. Both apps are available to be used on any modern-day Mac that has at least 4GB of RAM. However, the apps run better on Macs that have 8GB of RAM, as they require a lot of multitasking and are quite processor-intensive.
Final Cut Pro X regularly costs $299 and Logic Pro X costs $199.
This is a great time to try out both apps, especially given the fact that most Americans are stuck at home. If anything, people can brush up their skills and learn a new one while they are at it.
For those that are looking to take advantage of the Final Cut Pro free trial, YouTube content creator Justine Ezarik (iJustine from YouTube) has an app on the Mac App Store for $29.99 that can teach you how to use Final Cut Pro, as that has been her primary video editing software throughout her career.
Nonlinear Education Inc. does have a few apps in the Mac App Store that teach users how to use Logic Pro X. Best of all, it only costs $13.99.
Will you be using either of these 90-day free trials? Let us know in the comments below!