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iWork for iCloud gains new design and sharing options

There is an ever increasing choice of apps with the boom in technology, so Apple aims to achieved higher productivity. Apple is renovating its iWork apps for iCloud, Mac and iOS with some notable improvements in order to compete with Microsoft Office tools as well as Google docs. There has been lots of technical improvements regarding the way Apple has shaped and launched new set of services, applications as well as devices. Apple apps have gone through a diverse makeover over the few years and evolved accordingly with it. According to the many analysts, Apple is updating its iPad works of productivity applications across its platforms.

 

  • iCloud has also gained substantial update related to design of pages, numbers and keynote along with support for retina displays with the competency to share view only documents. It allows user to share documents that can be viewed directly from iCloud mail but not edited.

 

  • All the apps have improved sharing functionality after the restoration:

    • Pages has the ability to edit charts and improved text wrap after being updated with new templates.

    • Numbers has augmented pop-up menu support.

    • Keynote allow charts to be analyzed in imported documents.

  • Keynote with renewed transition and builds has gained enhanced presenter display layouts while numbers has custom table styles, data formats and new printing options.

 

Whether Apple will be able to sustain itself for a long time in creating rich featured apps and devices is for the time to see. As the speculations run high, updates regarding iOS and OS X apps would be coming soon. We may just expect it to be feasible among end users as no one wants to get locked into same old existing features. Let us see what Apple brings next in order to cater its customers with rich featured services and products.

 

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