Apps & Software
Apple updates iWork apps for Mac and iOS
It brings the iWork office suite to version 10.1.
Apple has updated its iWork apps, adding up new features in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. It brings the office suite to version 10.1.
All three apps allow adding captions and titles to images, videos or any other objects. Pages and Numbers now let you insert YouTube and Vimeo videos directly in your documents and spreadsheets, respectively. Pages update helps create more flexible formulas using new functions on Mac. It now supports importing books from iBooks Author, which was removed from the App Store on July 1.
The Numbers app has new functions that include XLOOKUP, XMATCH, and REGEX, which allows you to match expressions, manipulate text and create flexible formulas. The new reading view in Pages and Numbers lets you scroll and zoom your documents and spreadsheets, respectively, without unintentional edits on iOS.
Keynote has added a new option called “Start slideshow in a window” that lets you access other applications while hosting a presentation locally or via video conferencing. You can now continue playing videos during transition between slides. And also add the same video to multiple slides for continuous playback from one slide to another.
Mac, iPhone, and iPad users can enjoy the new update. Pages (Mac & iOS), Numbers (Mac & iOS), and Keynote (Mac & iOS) are available in the App Store.