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On the heels of announcing updates to the iLife apps across both Mac and iOS platforms, Apple's Eddy Cue moved to to discuss the future of iWork, including the addition of collaboration for iWork in the Cloud.
Apple Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue took the stage at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco on Tuesday to debut the latest versions of iLife and iWork applications for both Mac and iOS.
"Today is the biggest day ever for apps," Cue teased as he sprung from iLife to new iWork updates.
Pages, Numbers and Keynote have been completely overhauled for both iOS 7 as well as OS X Mavericks, including full file compatibility across all devices. With 64-bit support and a new user interface, creating documents, spreadsheets or presentations will be easier and faster than ever before.
Calling them the "biggest update ever," Cue demonstrated an even cleaner new UI, including a new context-sensitive format panel on Pages for Mac, live-updating charts on Numbers and new effects and animations for Keynote, with the latest version being used for today's presentation.
Following a demo by Apple's Roger Rosner which included link sharing via iCloud to iWork in the Cloud, including collaboration features so users can work on documents together, no matter where they are located.
Touting "hundreds of new features," Cue announced that the new iWork apps are now free with the purchase of any new Mac or iOS device, available for download today from their respective App Stores.
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