With the launch of Yosemite (10.10) Apple has updated iWork for Mac OS, iOS and iCloud. Keynote specifically has been bumped to version 6.5
Apple today released a pile of updates to iWork for both iOS and OS X. Thankfully, they’re posted a nice page with all the updates outlined. Here’s the page with the Keynote tab selected: http://www.apple.com/productivity-apps/whats-new/keynote/
9 to 5 mac has all the details, so instead of rehashing it here, I’ll just link to their article 🙂 http://9to5mac.com/2014/01/23/iwork-for-ios-and-mac-updated-with-password-protected-files-new-keynote-transitions-and-a-lot-more/ Here’s the info on the Keynote for OS X update http://9to5mac.com/2014/01/23/apple-updates-keynote-with-new-transitions-fixes-issues-with-imovie-on-os-x/
Apple today announced new versions of iWork for iOS and OS X.
More info as it develops (so far all they’ve shown is Pages, but there’s a blue Keynote icon in the dock on the demo machine)
Apple today announced that all of the iWork apps plus iPhoto and iMovie for iOS are now free. We’ll post more as we know more, but this will probably mean they will get rolled into the iOS 7 upgrade as stock apps, or they’ll simply mark them as free in the App store. Hopefully Keynote for OS X will get some love soon too… Update: just like iLife on a new mac, it looks like only those purchasing a new iPhone or iPad will get the apps for free.
Apple today announced iWork for iCloud today during their annual World Wide Developer Conference. They also announced that new iOS and desktop versions of iWork are coming later this year (finally!).
Finally. After years of waiting for Keynote for iOS to catch up, Apple releases a solid feature update, combined with updates to the desktop apps to make them compatible with the changes in the new iOS versions.
With the release of Mountain Lion today, Apple has updated the iWork suite to 9.2. Major features are support for the Retina display and a new Dicatation feature.
The details are still a bit sketchy, so this story will be updated when we know more, but Apple today announced the new iPad 3 and with that, they’ve updated the entire iWork suite for the iPad.
Apple today released a minor update to Keynote 5, bringing it to version 5.1.1
Apple® today announced that its groundbreaking iWork® productivity apps, Keynote®, Pages® and Numbers®, are now available for iPhone® and iPod touch®, as well as iPad®. Created for the Mac® and then completely redesigned for iOS and Apple’s revolutionary Multi-Touch™ interface, Keynote, Pages and Numbers allow you to create and share stunning presentations, beautifully formatted documents and powerful spreadsheets on the go. iWork apps are available on the App Store™ for $9.99 each to new users and as a free update for existing iWork for iPad customers.
Apple today released an update to iWork, bringing it to version 9.0.5. Included in this update are several new features, mostly related to the iWork.com beta site. 10.5.6 is required, but if you use iWork.com to share presentations, then you’re going to want this update.
Apple today updated all 3 iWork apps for the iPad. New features include printing and a new presenter view for Keynote.
Apple today announced iLife, Lion, Facetime and a new MacBook Air, but no new iWork. Where did it go? We have a few ideas, but nothing concrete.
Apple today released an update to iWork, bringing the suite up to 9.0.4. While the update includes mostly bug fixes, one big new feature is the inclusion of the ePub file format for exporting from Pages.
Apple today announced their new iPad device, and along with that a new version of iWork for the iPad. Each app will sell for $9.99 in the App store. They will be able to import current iWork or Office documents and export to iWork or PDF formats to get back onto your Mac.
Several days ago (yeah, we know, it’s a late post) Apple updated iWork to 9.0.2
We’re not sure what the deal is with the title of this update, but any update is better than nothing when you’re dealing with a new version of an app. We wish we could share with you what’s in this update, but Apple has given us no hints as to what’s in it.
Getting Keynote ’08 spruced up for Snow Leopard?…
Apple today announced the release of iWork.com, an online version of iWork (we suspect similar to Google Docs).