5 iWork for iOS Apps Now Free for New iOS Devices



Apple’s iWork suit was the best-selling mobile productivity app on any platform, according to Tim Cook, who took the stage a couple minutes ago at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino during the highly anticipated iPhone event.

Keynote is the most powerful presentation program that reached the App Store, alongside Numbers and Pages. Turns out iDevices aren’t just good for consuming content, but also for creating content.

And there is iPhoto — which was migrated from Mac OS X to iOS, and became very popular despite being priced at $4.99 — as well as iMovie.

The iWork suite (consisting of Pages, Numbers and Keynote) is currently available in the App Store for $9.99 (each app). But with iOS 7, Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iPhoto and iMovie will be FREE on all new iOS devices.

iOS 7 will present you with a screen that lets you download these apps for free on your new iPad, iPhone or 5th-generation iPod Touch.


  • wuju

    So does this applies to iPhone 5, iPad 4, iPad Mini??

    Or only on the iPhone 5S, 5C, and any new iPads coming down the pipe?

  • grantalias

    Too bad I bought iMovie a few years ago on my iPhone 4 🙁

  • Cyrus Wu

    I waited to download them free and now i have to pay for my iPhone 5.

  • jabohn

    Hopefully someone can confirm. It says “all new devices” but I also read that that includes current generation devices so not sure how they would know if I just bought your iPhone 5 now or back in December.

  • mcfilmmakers

    You can still buy a new iPhone 5 you know

  • mcfilmmakers

    They know by the date of activation, like it says, for phones activated AFTER Sept 1st

  • Annette Rose Giesbrecht

    Blast it! Good think I got those Apple and itunes gift cards, because if I had to pay for the iworks apps out of my own money, I would have been very upset.

  • Dimundz

    It’s not showing free for me and I have a 5s. My wife has 5s and it shows free?? Please help