Apple, during the last October keynote, had promised to reintroduce many functions into iWork,including collaboration functions. In line with that promise, Wednesday, on the App Store and Mac App Store, a flurry of updates followed one another for theiWork suite, with the addition of new features for the applications on Mac, iPhone, iPad is iPod.
Among other functions, we want to highlight the implementation of the collaboration list,which shows the currently present collaborators who are viewing and editing a document; each collaborator is also assigned a selection cursor, visible to others, so that everyone can see where the other is working.
iWork for OS X
Pages version 5.0.1 (.19.99 290MB download) contains stability improvements and bug fixes, with the ability to customize the toolbar with the most important tools. In addition, the new version ofPagesnow it has the central and lateral louver enabled by default.
Numbers version 3.0.1 (.19.99 190 MB download) allows you to customize the toolbar with the most important tools, set the default zoom in Preferences and keep the window size and placement on Save.
Keynote version 6.0.1 (. 19.99 444MB download) includes new transitions including Shutters, Color Plans, Confetti, Fall, Perspective, Pivot and Swoosh; new animations including Shutters, Near, Away, Orbital, Pivot, Resize Big and Swoosh and the ability to customize the toolbar with the most important tools.
iWork for iOS
Pages version 2.0.1 (9.99 266 MB download), as well as new versions of Numbers and Keynote, inserts periOS 6 support and the possibility of opening a document in another application. The updated version is a 231MB download.
Numbersversion 2.0.1 (. 9.99 234 MB download) includes various stability improvements and bug fixes.
Keynote version 2.0.1 (9.99 463 MB download) includes new transitions including Shutters, Color Plans, Confetti, Fall, Perspective, Pivot and Swoosh; new animations including Shutters, Approaches, Away, Orbital, Pivot, Resize Big and Swooshe improvements on stability and bug fixes.
WARNING: these are free updates from previous versions if you have upgraded to Mavericks.
Apple, during the iPad keynote in October 2013, announced that it would make iPhoto, iMovie, Pages, Numbers and Keynote available as a free download for customers who had purchased new iOS devices. Another surprise move by Apple, which made OS X Mavericks and future free updates for Mac users.