After updating some of its most popular apps Tuesday, Apple has made them available for free to all iOS and Mac users.
According to Mac Rumors, iMovie, Garageband, Numbers, Keynote and Pages are all listed in the App Store.
Before Tuesday, the apps were only free for customers who purchased a new iOS device or Mac since August 2013.
So now, anyone with an older Apple device will also be able to download the software, which previously cost between $5 and $20, depending on the app.
Here’s more about the now-free-to-all apps:
Pages: Apple’s word processing app
Numbers: Apple’s spreadsheet app
Keynote: Apple’s presentation app
Garageband: Apple’s music creation studio app
iMovie: Apple’s video editing software app