Digital freebies and extended trials you can take advantage of right now
In today’s blog, I am going to talk about Digital freebies and extended trials you can take advantage of right now stuff for healthcare workers fighting COVID-19 and everyone helping others by staying inside. As COVID-19 has spread throughout the world, some tech companies have proven themselves willing to help those of us doing our civic duty by staying home.
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Free kids TV on Amazon Prime Video
If you have an Amazon account, you can now tune into certain family-friendly shows and movies on Amazon Prime without paying a cent. At last count, there were about 40 free titles, from Amazon Originals like Pete the Cat to licensed content like Arthur.
Free live TV news on Hulu
Maybe you don’t want to spend too much time watching the news with the world in the state it is today, but it’s important to stay informed. Hulu will let you do that for no cost right now—it’s adding a free live TV news feed for those using the on-demand package that normally comes without live TV. Digital freebies and extended trials.
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Free Adobe Creative Cloud access for students
If you’ve been eying the heavy-duty Adobe apps but have been put off by their price, you may be in luck. Access to the company’s Creative Cloud suite, which includes Photoshop, Premiere Pro, and Illustrator, is free until the end of May. The catch is that you have to be a student and you’ll have to get your school or college to apply.
Three free months of Fender guitar lessons
Fender also runs online tutorials for guitar, bass, and ukulele, and these are now all free for three months to help keep some of us occupied at home (they’d normally cost $10 a month). That’s a two-month extension to the standard 30-day free trial.
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Free meditation resources from Headspace for healthcare workers
Meditation and mindfulness app Headspace has made its premium ($13 per month) plan free for healthcare workers in the US until the end of the year. It’s also expanding its free library of audio meditations, so more people can get peace of mind without paying.
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