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Apple Updates iWork for iOS With Full ‘Documents in the Cloud’ Support

Apple Updates iWork for iOS With Full ‘Documents in the Cloud’ Support

It’s been a big day for updates from Apple so far due to the release of OS X Mountain Lion, and I’m sure we haven’t seen the end of it yet! Apple has released updates for their Pages, Numbers, and Keynote apps for iOS with full support for the finally-finished Documents in the Cloud.

The updated apps work in tandem with the iWork for Mac updates released earlier today, finally allowing users to create, edit, view, and sync iCloud documents between your Mac and iOS devices! Like it was supposed to do over a year ago!

The iWork for iOS apps are available now for $9.99 each, and as always, updates are free for previous purchasers of the apps.

Release notes can be found below.

Pages

Pages 1.6.1 works with iCloud to make documents automatically available between your iOS device and Pages on your Mac*. Changes made to a document on one device are instantly available on the other.

*Requires Pages 4.2 or later installed on OS X Mountain Lion

Numbers

Numbers 1.6.1 works with iCloud to make spreadsheets automatically available between your iOS device and Numbers on your Mac*. Changes made to a spreadsheet on one device are instantly available on the other.

*Requires Numbers 2.2 or later installed on OS X Mountain Lion

Keynote

Keynote 1.6.1 works with iCloud to make presentations automatically available between your iOS device and Keynote on your Mac*. Changes made to a presentation on one device are instantly available on the other.

*Requires Keynote 5.2 or later installed on OS X Mountain Lion

Make sure to check out our full Mountain Lion coverage for all of the latest updates!

 

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