Apple's iWork for iCloud has been updated to allow 100 people to collaborate on Keynote, Numbers or Pages files—which can now be up to 1GB in size, too.
Apple's latest iWork update has brought back some much-loved features which were culled during its 64-bit relaunch—including, most importantly, customizable toolbars.
Another week is in the books. Whether you were hard at work, or busy finding YouTube videos to distract you 'til the weekend, the fine folks of the gizmo and gadget industry were hard at work making sure you've got lots of creative ways to blow all that money you earned. Here's the best of what hit the markets this…
As well as giving away OS X 10.9 Mavericks for free, Apple has also promised to update iWork and iLife gratis, too, for anyone that bought a Mac after October 1st. But there's a glitch in the system that means people with illegal or trial copies of the software are being given free updates too.
Along with the flurry of hardware updates, Apple announced substantial upgrades to iLife and iWork. Features run the gamut from seamless integration with iOS to powerful automation tricks like a robotic drummer. And like OS X Mavericks, everything is available immediately, for free.
Going forward, all five iWork programs including iPhoto, iMovie, Pages, Keynote, and Numbers will be free on new iOS devices.
Well this makes sense. Apple is trying to make iCloud more useful—a noble pursuit—and is is integrating the service into iWork. The new software suite, iWork for iCloud, works a lot like the old software suite except that everything you do in Pages, Numbers and Keynote happens in a web browser and gets saved in the…
If you're a frequent iWork user, you might want to update to the latest version, which lets you to sync your docs with iCloud (so that you can view and edit on other Mac and iOS devices), and includes full support for the MacBook Pro Retina display (no more blurries!). 9to5mac says the update also includes support for…
An old PR adage says if you have bad news, release it on Friday when it's less likely to cause a stir. So perhaps that's why Apple announced it's killing off iWork.com on, you guessed it, this past Friday
To take advantage of its fancy new retina display, higher res camera, and boosted processor, the iWork and iLife apps for iOS have all been updated today. And since that new display will make working with photos a treat, Apple also introduced an iOS version of iPhoto.
The end of the month is here, and that means it's time to do a little housekeeping on our list of the absolute best iPhone apps. Who will be inducted? Who will unceremoniously get the boot?
They're small, they're powerful, and they're finally here. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for the iPhone are packed with features, proving just how extensive pocket-size productivity can be. They also prove that it can be a real pain in the ass to do work on your phone.
There are various ways of accessing and editing documents, spreadsheets and powerpoint presentations on the iPhone, but Apple's own productivity apps, Pages, Numbers and Keynote, are now available on the iPhone (and iPod touch).
Included version 1.2 updates for each $10 app: Keynote-to-PowerPoint format export, extra presentation animations and Keynote to MobileMe iDisk support; Numbers spreadsheets convertable to Excel format; and Pages allows for displayed word count and .txt opening support. Plus more!
The latest iWork update is out, bringing bug fixes and much-desired support for the ePub format. Exporting to ePub enables users to read their documents within iBooks on all current iOS devices.