“The trial version of iWork ’09, Apple’s productivity suite that includes Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, is no longer available on the company’s website for download,” Federico Viticci reports for MacStories.
“The company has replaced the former iWork trial webpage with a message informing customers that iWork is available on the Mac App Store,” Viticci reports. “On the Mac App Store, the iWork apps are available as standalone purchases priced at $19.99 each.”
Viticci reports, “Similarly, the company has removed the trial of Aperture 3 from its website, with users on Apple Support Communities noticing the change at least more than two weeks ago (recent Apple support documents still instruct users on how to remove the Aperture trial). Aperture is available on the Mac App Store at $79.99.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Dan K.” for the heads up.]