Redesigned GarageBand FREE For All Apple iOS 7 Devices [CONFIRMED]

image from www.hypebot.comAs rumored, Apple today released a major upgrade to it's Garageband app ann announced that it is now free om all devices running iOS 7.   GarageBand for Mac has received its biggest update ever with a new look, Sound Library and new features including Drummer and Smart Controls. Additional GarageBand instruments and sounds are available for a one-time in-app purchase of $4.99. DETAILS:

Garageband is part of Apple's iLfe suite of apps, all of which are now free to iOS 7 users.

GarageBand for iOS has been updated to match the look and feel of iOS 7 and taps the power of 64-bit deliver control of up to 32 tracks. With iOS 7 Inter-App Audio users can record third-party music apps right into GarageBand.

AirDrop allows users to wirelessly share songs and projects with other iOS users and work on them together. Apple's Cloud keeps projects up to date across devices, and users can start a song on iOS and pick up where they left off using GarageBand for Mac.

GarageBand  willcome free with every new Mac purchase. Existing users running Mavericks can update their apps for free from the Mac App Store.  It's also available for free from the App Store for any new device running iOS 7 along with free updates for existing users. GarageBand for Mac and iOS are also free for all OS X Mavericks and iOS 7 users. Additional GarageBand instruments and sounds are available for a one-time in-app purchase of $4.99 for each platform.

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  1. So basically you get a toy for free. If you want to plug your guitar in to GarageBand you have to pay the $4.99 anyway. Really, Apple? What was your point?

  2. I had to re-install it to get it even though it was already installed. When I went into the app store it was marked as “Free” instead of “Installed” which is what clued me in.

  3. Can anybody tell me if you can record 2 tracks simultaneously with garage band in the iPad and if so what other equipment is required. I need to be able to play and record keyboards and vocals at the same time rather than laying down keys first then vocals. Is this possible on the iPad?

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