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iWork for Mac, iOS Updated; Safari 7.0.3 Released for Mavericks

Apple has updated iWork for iOS and the Mac, after iWork for iCloud was updated earlier. Essentially on top of some added features, Keynote, Pages and Numbers now lets you have a ‘view only’ mode when you share documents. The full changes are below:

Numbers for iOS

What’s New in Version 2.2
• New “view only” setting lets you share spreadsheets you want others to view but not edit
• Search spreadsheets by name
• Progress indicator for calculations
• Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
• Faster CSV import
• Improved Microsoft Excel compatibility
• Usability improvements

Keynote for iOS:

What’s New in Version 2.2
• Use your finger to illustrate on slides as you present
• New “view only” setting lets you share presentations you want others to view but not edit
• New portrait layout option in presenter display
• Search presentations by name
• New transitions and builds: Object Revolve, Drift and Scale, and Skid
• Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
• Export to PPTX format
• Detailed presentation import feedback
• Improved animation performance
• Improved bi-directional support: switch direction for text, lists and tables
• Usability improvements

Pages for iOS

What’s New in Version 2.2
• New “view only” setting lets you share documents you want others to view but not edit
• Search documents by name
• Inline images and shapes in table cells are preserved on import
• Better placement of inserted and pasted objects
• New Arabic and Hebrew templates
• Improved support for bi-directional text
• Word count for Hebrew
• Improved ePub export
• Control the z-order of bubble chart labels
• Usability improvements

Safari 7.0.3 for OS X Mavericks includes the following update:

  • Fixes an issue that could cause the search and address filed to load a webpage or send a search term before the return key is pressed
  • Improves credit card autofill compatibility with websites
  • Fixes an issue that could block push notifications from websites
  • Adds option to turn off push notification prompts from websites
  • Adds support for webpages with generic top level domains
  • Safari sandboxing strengthened
  • Security issues fixed, including those from recent security competitions 

Apple has also updated a support document explaining how to optimize your Keynote for Mac presentation for iOS compatibility.

You can find all of these updates in the App Store and Mac App Store. Conveniently these updates were pushed just after Microsoft debuted Office for iPad last week.

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