Apple updated its editing and presentational apps, Pages, Keynote, and Numbers to version 11.1. The apps are updated with new features, performance improvements, and bug fixes. In addition, to support Microsoft Office, Apple offers its own editing apps which allow users to create presentations, documents, and spreadsheets on iOS and macOS. All the apps have built-in iCloud so users’ progress can be tracked and the workflow continues across devices.
Apple update iWork apps on iOS and macOS
Pages – Mac
Link to web pages, email addresses, and phone numbers from objects such as shapes, lines, images, drawings, or text boxes
The Pages app allows Mac users to create a variety of documents like resumes, posters, reports, digital books, and more. They can use built-in templates, or their own design and add charts, audio, movies, images, comments, and much more. Files are synced across devices via iCloud support, even on PC.
Keynote – Mac
This update contains stability and performance improvements
Keynote allows Mac users to make presentations using various tools and effects.
Numbers – iPhone and iPad
Release notes read:
- Link to web pages, email addresses, and phone numbers from objects such as shapes, lines, images, drawings, or text boxes
- Teachers using the Schoolwork app to assign activities in Numbers can now view student progress, including word count and time spent
- Support for collaborating on forms in shared spreadsheets
Numbers allows iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users to create spreadsheets with the help of multitouch gestures, Smart Zoom, and more.
The updates are now available for download from Mac App Store and iOS App Store.
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