Posts Tagged ‘iMovie’

You can now download iMovie, Numbers, Keynote, Pages, and GarageBand apps for both the macOS and iOS platforms for free on both old and new iPhone, iPad or Mac.

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There had been one or two rumors floating about that Apple’s iWork Suite, along with iLife, would be going free. Leaks of app information pages seemed to corroborate this notion, and today, Apple has announced that iWork, iPhoto and iMovie will be free of charge.

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For those among us that are hardcore fans of not only Apple products, but also the software and mobile applications that they make, I am pretty sure you paid close attention to the announcements made during the recent media event in San Francisco. The public and media focus centered predominately around the fact that Apple were launching a new and improved Apple TV as well as the all new iPad, both of which are set for public release a week from today.

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Just like how iMovie was hacked to run on iPhone 3GS, it was only a matter of time before someone figured out a way to install iMovie 1.2 for iPad 2 on to the first-gen iPad.

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iMovie is one of the most popular app available on the iTunes App Store. It was introduced with the launch of iPhone 4 back in June last year. Apple updated iMovie again in fall 2010 to support the fourth-gen iPod touch.

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The announcement of the iPad 2 might have been the big news to come out of today’s Apple event, but they also showed off three new apps – Photo Booth, iMovie and GarageBand – all for the iPad 2. Video demo in a official video after the break.

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iMovie is one of the most popular app available on the iTunes App Store. It was introduced with the launch of iPhone 4 back in June this year. With the release of iOS 4.1 and the 4th-gen iPod touch, Apple today has released version 1.1 of iMovie which brings quite a handful of new features!

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Yes! I have got iMovie, which is an iPhone 4 exclusive app running almost perfectly on my iPhone 3GS. I did this video just to show that iPhone 3GS is fast, and capable enough to run iMovie. It is just that Apple wants us all to purchase the new iPhone 4 by saying that iPhone 3GS’ hardware is not good enough for this stuff.

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Let me clear this up straight. No, the phone you see in the screenshot is not a jailbroken iPhone 4, but rather a jailbroken iPhone 3GS, running iOS 4. The iMovie app you see is basically a “broken” port which was being tried to run on non-iPhone 4 devices but had issues in the end.

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Just in time for the iPhone 4 launch day, Apple has released iMovie app for iPhone 4. If you have already got an iPhone 4 lying around, hit the iTunes App Store now to download this app for $4.99 bucks.

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After all the success of ReelDirector on iPhone 3GS, the app which was features as the best on Apple’s Rewind 2009 list has finally arrived on the iPad. ReelDirector makes it extremely simple to create, edit and share movie clips right on your iPhone and iPad. You can use the drag-and-drop timeline, multiple text watermark styles, and up to 28 pro grade transitions that will turn your scattered video clips into polished movies in just minutes.

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