Apple has released updated versions of its iWork, iMovie, and GarageBand apps today for both macOS and iOS. Aside from some of the improvements that it has made to these apps, it has also made a big change rather quietly. The company has decided to make the aforementioned apps free for all macOS and iOS users. This eliminates the need to buy new Apple hardware to get these apps for […]
One of the many gripes that people tend to have about Apple is that a lot of the company’s software is proprietary to its hardware, meaning that unless you owned an Apple device, there are some of Apple’s software that you will not be able to download or have access to, such as Apple’s productivity suite which seems to be limited to iOS and OS X devices.Now the good news […]
If a leaked Apple Retail training document is to be believed then the 64/128GB variants of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will come with Apple’s iWork and iLife suite of applications pre-installed. No such mention of this was made at the Apple event on September 9th but that doesn’t entirely rule out the possibility given the fact that last year Apple announced that any and all iOS devices will […]
Apple updated the iWork suite of apps last month for both OS X and iOS. These were significant updates, boasting an all new design and built on a new 64-bit architecture for greater speed. The company also added a few new features, however it took away some features as well, which irked a lot of users. Long-time iWork users started complaining about several features missing in the latest iWork update […]
Just last week during Apple’s iPad event, it was revealed that new Mac computers would come with iWork and iLife installed for free, and that the company would offer upgrades to their latest operating system, OS X Mavericks, for free as well. While it seemed like this was an offer with no clock on the table, we guess there are still some users out there who might be wondering if […]
While we discourage piracy and advocate that users should pay for the software they use, it seems that there is a bug in the Apple Mac App Store that is allowing iWork trial users to upgrade to the entire suite for free. This is according to a smattering of reports where users have found that despite running the 30-day iWork trial on their Mac computers, they are now able to […]
During Apple’s event yesterday, not only did the Cupertino company unveil the new iPad Air and the iPad mini 2 with Retina display, but they also unveiled updates to their iWork lineup of productivity software, such as Pages, Numbers, and Keynotes. Given that Microsoft’s Office lineup of productivity software pretty much does the same thing, it wasn’t surprising that a senior Microsoft executive decided to take a swing at Apple’s […]
We’re sure there are many iOS users out there who were pretty pleased when Apple announced that the iWork apps would be free for download with new iOS device purchases, presumably to make iOS devices better for productivity which is one of the arguments Microsoft is using to make their Surface tablets more appealing. In any case it seems that there are several iOS users who have complained that the […]
Just last week, Apple quietly updated iCloud.com to reflect the changes they’ll soon be making in iOS 7. The updated look within iCloud.com was only available to registered beta testers, but today, Apple has removed the velvet rope to allow anyone with an Apple ID to check out the new and improved iCloud.com.
Apple announced iWork for iCloud today. It is essentially a rival for Google Docs. The Pages, Keynote and Numbers app that make up iWork suite will now be accessible through web browsers.
Are you an iWork user? If you are, chances are you might be a bit annoyed that Apple’s iWork apps have yet to receive a major update since 2009, which we have to say is pretty darn long! The iWork suite has been updated for iOS, but OS X users are still waiting and there has yet to be a Retina version of Apple’s productivity suite, but all that could […]
While Apple’s iWork and iLife productivity suites are functional, some of you might be feeling that perhaps it’s time for Apple to make some substantial updates, especially since Microsoft Office 2013 has been released not too long ago. Apple has yet to make any announcements on that matter, but both Apple Bitch and MacNN have noted that there were job listings for senior software engineers who are expected to help […]
Apple originally launched iWork back in 2005 and has since been updating it on a regular basis with a gap of 1-2 years, at least until recently where iWork ’09 has not been updated since 2009, leaving many to wonder what plans Apple had for their productivity. While this is not to say that it isn’t usable, it just seems “old” compared to its competition from Microsoft and other productivity […]
Apple removes free trial of iWork and Aperture from website, directs customers to the Mac App Store instead
Trial software is handy when you want to try out a program before making the decision to purchase it. Unfortunately if you were trying to decide if Apple’s iWork productivity suite, or Aperture for your post-processing photography needs are the software for you, you’re out of luck. Apple has officially discontinued the free trial that they offer customers on its website for its iWork and Aperture products. Instead, customers are […]