iWork

  • Apple Continues To Flesh Out iWork Apps After Aggressively Culling Features

    Apple Continues To Flesh Out iWork Apps After Aggressively Culling Features

    Apple has updated its iWork apps for iOS, Mac and iCloud beta with a bunch of improvements and additional sharing options today. There’s a bunch of new features but one of the nicer ones is the addition of ‘read-only’ sharing of iWork documents. Read More

  • Apple Updates iWork Across Platforms, Brings Password-Protected Sharing To The Web And Mobile

    Apple Updates iWork Across Platforms, Brings Password-Protected Sharing To The Web And Mobile

    Apple released a number of updates to iWork today, across all platforms, including OS X, iOS and iCloud on the web. Improvements include the addition of customizable alignment guides and a vertical ruler on the Mac, a built-in remote feature on iOS (which replaces the standalone app) and, perhaps most importantly in terms of helping those looking to use iWork for iCloud instead of competitors… Read More

  • Apple, Microsoft And Free Software

    Apple, Microsoft And Free Software

    Apple announced this week that it will make its iWork suite of productivity applications free on new OS X and iOS devices. The company also made the Mavericks update to OS X free for all users, immediately. Microsoft recently released its Windows 8.1 update to Windows 8 for free, has begun to bundle its Office set of products with Windows RT, and now sells Office as a service through its… Read More

  • iWork For iCloud Beta Launches To Public

    iWork For iCloud Beta Launches To Public

    Apple today opened up access to its iCloud for iWork beta to the public, following a period of testing which has seen the service gradually becoming more broadly available. Initially, only developers had access, but in July, some non-developers began receiving invites. Now, any user with an Apple ID can test out iWork ahead of its official fall launch. To do so, just visit iCloud.com and sign in. Read More

  • Apple Challenges Google Docs, MS Office With iWork For iCloud Coming To A Browser Near You

    Apple Challenges Google Docs, MS Office With iWork For iCloud Coming To A Browser Near You

    Apple is taking some big steps up in its bid to challenge the likes of Google and Microsoft in cloud apps, and one of those involves a big upgrade to its iWork suite: Pages word processing, Numbers spreadsheet and Keynote presentation programs — all previously native-only — are now coming to iCloud to work across Safari 6.0.3 or later, Chrome 27.0.1 or later, and Internet… Read More

  • Apple Drops New Version Of iWork For iOS

    Apple Drops New Version Of iWork For iOS

    At Apple’s iPad 3, cough, iPad, announcement today in San Francisco, Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed, among other things, that it sold more iPads in Q4 2011 than any individual PC manufacturer sold of their PC devices. That’s pretty impressive. There were quite a few other developments, such as the fact that iPhoto will be moving from the desktop to the iPad (finally), and Apple has… Read More

  • iWork 2010 announced, will support iPad's multi-touch controls (and your regular Mac, too)

    iWork 2010 announced, will support iPad's multi-touch controls (and your regular Mac, too)

    Another year, another release of iLife. This time, though, with full iPadsupport. Yes, Apple showed off iLife 2010 at its big press conference today, and the updates are about what you’d expect from the application suite: incremental and filled with one or two things that make you say, “Wow, neat.” That being the multi-touch support. Read More

  • Mossberg on iWork, Numbers

    http://services.brightcove.com/services/viewer/federated_f8/452319854 Uncle Walt did a video review of iWork, pointing out that Apple makes fun of the PC’s “expertise with spreadsheets” and then they go and make their own spreadsheet app. I’ve been trying a trial version of iWork for the past week and I may just switch once i figure out all of the features, but so far… Read More

  • iWork '08 Trial: Fully Functional For 30 Days

    iWork '08 Trial: Fully Functional For 30 Days

    iWork ’08 went on sale yesterday and Apple has released a trial version out of the kindness of its heart. The free download is a little on the big side (468MB) but it’s the whole ham—for 30 days, you can use the software any way you see fit. Just don’t expect gigs worth of presentation templates. Also, a little birdie told me that serial numbers to unlock the trial… Read More

  • Apple Store Back Up: New iMacs, iLife '08, iWork '08

    Apple Store Back Up: New iMacs, iLife '08, iWork '08

    Well that was quick. The Apple Store has returned, bringing with it new toys for us to covet. Up top are the three new guys sure to get all the attention—the new aluminum iMacs, iLife ’08 and iWork ’08, complete with Numbers, the Microsoft Excel killer. The Mac mini is still with us; Apple hasn’t killed her off yet. No new iPods or no new MacBooks, nor even a price drop. Read More

  • Spreadsheets Coming to iWork, (i)Life Is Now Complete

    Spreadsheets Coming to iWork, (i)Life Is Now Complete

    Well, well, well. As with any Mac-related event the rumor mill is buzzing, but it seems 9to5Mac has it from a reliable source that iWork will be updated with…wait for it…wait…for…it….Spreadsheets! iWork and .Mac is also said to be joining forces and this evident from the temporary closure the site will experience during the event. There could be a possible tie-in… Read More