Apple has decided to go and make many of its apps free for all users, a move that will hopefully help adoption.
For users of Apple’s iWork suite of apps, both on iOS and Mac, the company has recently launched an update to help address issues and patch bugs.
Apple has provided a way for owners of non-iOS and Mac devices to create an Apple ID for the first time, thereby allowing them to access iWork for iCloud on any Windows based on PC running the latest version of any web browser.
Apple has just rolled out an update for iWork for iCloud that adds support for eight new languages in Pages, and six new languages in Numbers and Keynote.
Apple today gave a length demo of the new version of the iWork suite of apps at its special event this morning, showing off iCloud sync, Handoff and more. These updates are now live on the Mac and iOS App Store for all users to download.
On August 21, Apple officially updated several different applications available within the iWork suite, both for iOS and Macs.
While many have found ways to be productive on their iPads on their own, a gentle reminder doesn’t hurt. Apple has begun an email ad campaign that outlines how their tablet can be a tool for productivity, and not just all about consuming your favorite media.
Apple has officially made an update for their iWork apps available to make working in iCloud much easier. Including Pages, Keynote and Numbers, the update brings plenty of well-needed changes.
Apple continues adding more features to iWork for iCloud, the company’s web-based productivity suite. In the latest update, Pages, Keynote and Numbers for iCloud have all been improved with collaboration, and storage.