Apple added a slew of improvements and new features to Keynote, Numbers and Pages, and both OS X and iOS-based benefit here. Read on to learn more about the newest changes made to these three apps here.
Information that appeared briefly on Apple's website Sunday revealed the company is about to offer GarageBand for free to all iOS 7 users, with details expected at its event on Tuesday. A new set of icons for its iLife and iWork apps is also on the way.
iWork apps will be free for new iDevice owners, but free does not always mean good and just because Apple makes them doesn't mean Pages, Numbers, or Keynote are the best. There are three other office suites you should check out before you settle for iWorks.
When you buy a shiny new iOS device you'll also get the iWork apps for free (whether you want them or not). This includes iPhoto and iMovie. If you already have an Apple iDevice...well... sorry, but you still have to pay $10 or $5.
Apple unveiled its brand new iWork and iCloud app at this year's WWDC. The new app allows you to create documents in Pages, Numbers, and Keynote whether you're on a Mac, an iPad, or a Windows-based PC.