iWork for iOS has been updated. What’s new?

The future major update to iOS will help you to turn your mobile Apple devices into a full-fledged work tools. Edition MacDigger says about the main changes to iWork.

Pages 4.1 for iOS

Brand Apple is the twenty-first place in the category “Productivity”.

It can be used to create beautiful articles and notes and invite other users to edit the material. The new version will be able to leave audio comments to each file, follow the movement of colleagues on a document to quickly switch between different modes of operation, track text changes, add math, LaTex or MathML elements and more. And Apple Pencil will become a tool for making edits.

The software can be downloaded free from the App Store.

Numbers for iOS 4.1

Original Apple to work with figures and graphs is the twenty-third place in the category “Productivity”.

In addition to adding an audio label, the new features allow you to scroll through the document using Apple Pencil, to present graphs in a visual form, to share documents with many editable forms, add gradients and images in any text field and browse templates by categories.

App free download on the App Store.

Keynote for iOS 4.1

Preparing for the presentation using the native application Apple that occupies 24 th place in the section “Productivity,” will be even easier.

In the new version, in addition to the audio recordings and the Apple Pencil, you can imagine the presentation as a movie or a single image, add various shape and third-party elements, to vary the fill of the document and work on the project together with colleagues.

The app is free to download from the App Store.

iWork for Mac

Not left without the innovations and 7.1 versions of Pages, Numbers, Keynote 5.1 and 8.1 for Apple computers.

They got similar functions. Now work with charts will be easier and any user can customize the layout to your liking.

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Clifton Nichols

Clifton Nichols

Hi! I’m Clifton and I am a full-stack engineer with a passion for building performant and scalable applications that are beautiful and easy to use.

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