Apple Introduces Updates for iCloud Software

Apple's iWork for iCloud has been updated to allow 100 people to collaborate on Keynote, Numbers or Pages files—which can now be up to 1GB in size, too. Read More >>

Apple’s iWork Update Brings Back Much-Loved, Well-Missed Features

Apple's latest iWork update has brought back some much-loved features which were culled during its 64-bit relaunch—including, most importantly, customisable toolbars. [Apple] Read More >>

Apple’s iWork May be Free, But It’s Just a “Watered Down” Office Says Microsoft

Everyone loves a freebie, and Apple's announcement on Tuesday that the iWork productivity suite was to be offered up for free alongside its overpriced computing hardware brought balance to the Cupertino pricing Force. In Microsoft's eyes however, £Free is about all anyone should be paying for what it calls the "watered down" Office wannabe. Read More >>

iWork Coming For Free With “All New iOS Devices”

Timmy Cook has just announced that iWork will come free with all new iOS devices, which is both surprising and fairly welcome. Guess Apple's taking advantage of the lack of Office domination on mobile. Read More >>

Apple’s New Google Docs Competitor Is Now in Beta

Apple's long-overdue stab at a cloud editing service has finally come to, well, some of the masses. If you happen to be an Apple developer, iWork for iCloud is available to you right now. Read More >>

Apple Takes on Google, Microsoft with iWork for iCloud

Well this makes sense. Apple is trying to make iCloud more useful—a noble pursuit—and it is integrating the service into iWork. The new software suite, iWork for iCloud, works a lot like the old software suite except that everything you do in Pages, Numbers and Keynote happens in a web browser and gets saved in the cloud rather than on your hard drive. Read More >>

iWork, iPhoto and Safari Updated With New Mountain Lion-Powered Enhancements

If you're a frequent iWork user, you might want to update to the latest version, which lets you to sync your docs with iCloud (so that you can view and edit on other Mac and iOS devices), and includes full support for the MacBook Pro Retina display (no more blurries!). 9to5mac says the update also includes support for dictation, which a new core feature of Mountain Lion. Read More >>

Mountain Lion Brings Improved iWork File Sharing

As many users might have seen in the past, using both the iOS and Mac versions of iWork doesn't quite work in the harmonious way that you think it would. But this is going to change when Mountain Lion drops, as iWork will automatically sync via Documents in the Cloud. Read More >>

Apple Killing iWork.com Effective July 31

An old PR adage says if you have bad news, release it on Friday when it's less likely to cause a stir. So perhaps that's why Apple announced it's killing off iWork.com on, you guessed it, this past Friday Read More >>