Apple Is Giving Away Afterlight iOS Photo Editing App For Free

Uzair Ghani
Posted Dec 5, 2015
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There are plenty of photo editing apps on the App Store, and it’s a fact that we’ve made clear time and time again. But quite frankly, there are a very few apps which deserve a place on our home screen, and without a doubt, Afterlight for iOS is one of them.

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For A Limited Time Only, Apple Is Giving Away Afterlight App For iOS Absolutely Free

Commanding a price tag of $0.99 on a regular day, Afterlight is a very straightforward app and does what it intends to really very well. If you’re asking us, the app’s dollar price tag is worth the investment, but nothing can beat the all-time favorite price tag of ‘free.’ And luckily for us, Afterlight can be downloaded for free right on your iPhone or iPad.

But in today’s download there’s a small catch.

You cannot download Afterlight for free directly from the App Store itself. If you pick up your iPhone or iPad, launch the App Store, search for Afterlight, then you’ll come to realize that there’s a ‘$0.99’ price tag hanging next to the app’s name. Nothing to panic about as the app is available to download from another lesser known channel, which happens to be the official Apple Store app (download link).

Once you have downloaded and installed the Apple Store app onto your device, simply tap on the ‘Stores’ tab at the bottom of the display. You’ll be taken to a new screen at this point. Scroll all the way down and swipe all the way to the right until you see a carousel saying that you can download Afterlight for free. Tap on it, and then tap on ‘Download now for free.’ Simply follow the on-screen prompts and you’ll be downloading the app in no time.

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Keep in mind that the app might not be available everywhere for download, so don’t be surprised even if you install the Apple Store app and don’t find Afterlight or even the slightest trace of it. We’re quite certain that Afterlight will definitely go free at some point in the future, and if it does, we’ll let our readers know about it.

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We encourage users to take Afterlight for a spin on their iOS devices to create some truly remarkable edited photos and images. While there are other apps out there that perform the same thing which Afterlight does, but hey, you don’t get to download a premium and ‘Essential’ app for free every other day.

Download away and let us know in the comments section what you think about it.

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