Apple has just rolled out updates for its iWork suite of productivity apps, bringing a handful of new features to Keynote, Pages, and Numbers to make it even easier to work with documents on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
New tools in Keynote make presentations more engaging. With the option to use the front-facing camera on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, users can now add live video directly to their presentations. Mac users can connect multiple external cameras to further enhance the live video experience.
Updated Pages app makes it easier than ever to view and edit documents on the go. New Screen View automatically displays text, images, and other elements in a single-column, continuous flow optimized for the iPhone screen.
Text is enlarged in Pages to improve readability, photos and drawings are sized to fit the display, and tables can be scrolled horizontally. And Numbers introduces pivot tables that bring powerful data analytics capabilities to iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
“Whether they are in the office, at school, or working remotely, users around the world love Keynote, Pages, and Numbers for their powerful features, ease of use, and seamless experience across iPhone, iPad, and Mac,” said Bob Borchers, Apple’s vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing.
Today’s updates are now available to download for free on the App Store and Mac App Store.