iWork for iOS and Mac Updated for OS X Yosemite and Continuity

Apple has released updates for iWork for Mac and iOS to add support for OS X Yosemite and support for Continuity features such as Handoff. The updates also bring support for iCloud Drive as well. All we need now is iOS 8.1, coming Monday.

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Numbers for Mac:

What’s New in Version 3.5
• All-new design inspired by OS X Yosemite
• Instantly switch between iPad, Mac and iPhone with Handoff
• Support for iCloud Drive
• Updated file format makes it easier to send spreadsheets via services like Gmail and Dropbox
• Instantly rearrange data in tables with new transpose feature
• Inter-table alignment guides
• Improved cell border styling
• Print floating comments
• Usability improvements for resizing and positioning charts
• Improved bi-directional language support

Numbers for iOS

What’s New in Version 2.4.2
• Support for iOS 8
• iCloud Drive compatibility
• Stability improvements and bug fixes

Pages for Mac:

What’s New in Version 5.5
• All-new design inspired by OS X Yosemite
• Instantly switch between iPad, Mac, and iPhone with Handoff
• Support for iCloud Drive
• Updated file format makes it easier to send documents via services like Gmail and Dropbox
• New sidebar for comments and tracked changes
• Filter comments and tracked changes by author
• AppleScript support for Mail Merge
• Insert inline images in tables, headers, and footers
• Move tables easily with improved table selection
• Inter-table alignment guides
• Improved cell border styling
• Usability improvements for resizing and positioning charts
• Improved bi-directional language support

Pages for iOS

What’s New in Version 2.5
• Support for iCloud Drive
• Support for third-party storage providers
• Updated file format makes it easier to send documents via services like Gmail and Dropbox
• Instantly switch between iPad, Mac, and iPhone with Handoff
• More color options including new custom color mixer on iPad
• Use the color picker to sample and apply any color available in your document
• Take photos and videos right from the app
• Insert inline images in tables, headers, and footers
• Inter-table alignment guides
• Column and row labels in tables
• Usability improvements for resizing and positioning charts
• Improved accessibility
• Improved bi-directional language support
• Export ePub files with video

Keynote for iOS:

What’s New in Version 2.5
• Support for iCloud Drive
• Support for third-party storage providers
• Updated file format makes it easier to send presentations via services like Gmail and Dropbox
• Instantly switch between iPad, Mac, and iPhone with Handoff
• More color options including new custom color mixer on iPad
• Use the color picker to sample and apply any color available in your presentation
• New Trace animation
• New presenter display layouts
• Pair Keynote with nearby iOS devices using Multipeer Connectivity
• Take photos and videos right from the app
• Inter-table alignment guides
• Print floating comments
• Column and row labels in tables
• Usability improvements for resizing and positioning charts
• Improved accessibility
• Improved bi-directional language support

Keynote for Mac:

What’s New in Version 6.5
• All-new design inspired by OS X Yosemite
• Instantly switch between iPad, Mac, and iPhone with Handoff
• Support for iCloud Drive
• Updated file format makes it easier to send presentations via services like Gmail and Dropbox
• Move and resize items to fully customize your presenter display
• New Trace animation
• Pair Keynote with nearby iOS devices using Multipeer Connectivity
• Move tables easily with improved table selection
• Improved cell border styling
• Inter-table alignment guides
• Print floating comments
• Usability improvements for resizing and positioning charts
• Improved bi-directional language support

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  • erth

    i have a question about yosemite’s new phone connectivity. if you have multiple iphones in the house and just one mac, which phone will it use to connect with?

  • jabohn

    The one connected to your iCloud account. It requires iCloud to function.