Posts tagged iwork
Exactly a month ago Apple updated its iWork for iCloud with some great features. Again, Apple has updated the beta version of its productivity suite iWork. Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iCloud have been updated with a few new features and some improvements. With this new change each App will now remember the last document opened by user and also the settings last chosen. Read More
On January 19th, Apple is all set to introduce something that would revolutionize the entire textbook industry which according to Steve Jobs is a $8 billion industry. So who should be heading the initiative? It is rumored that iWork head Roger Rosner, vice president for productivity applications will be at the helm of his remarkable project. Roger at the moment is incharge of the iWork development suite and he would also be heading the upcoming new textbook work by Apple. Read More
It seems that Apple has already got way too many products to unveil at WWDC. Ahead of WWDC, Apple today announced that its popular office application suite – iWork is now a universal App that makes it compatible with both iPhone and iPod touch. Keynotes, Pages, and Numbers will now run on iPad and iPad 2, iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4, and iPod touch (3rd & 4th generation). Read More
An App dubbed “USB Disk” has gathered the attention of the App community and is currently the top free App in the App Store. The App is the first of its kind that allows you to view all kinds of formats on your iPad. Starting from PDF, Word documents, MP3, AVI to HTML, Pictures, iWork documents and lots more.
There have been a lot of rumors about this event, but if the truth be told, some of the rumors just feel so fake. In a statement earlier this year, Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs said that Apple would announce a lot of great products later this year. The time has come and if rumors are to be believed, the next Apple event could happen sometime in late September or maybe this month.