Apple has released new updates for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iOS, and OS X. The Mac updates don’t offer new features. Rather, they support the many changes arriving on the iOS apps by the same name.

Pages now offers improved compatibility for Microsoft Word, and Pages for Mac.

This includes:

  • Use Change Tracking to track changes to body text in a document
  • Accept and reject individual changes as you review a document
  • Import Pages and Microsoft Word documents with change tracking and continue to track changes to body text
  • Preserve tracked changes in documents exported in Microsoft Word or Pages format
  • Preserve calculations in tables when importing from and exporting to Pages for Mac
  • Add reflections to shapes
  • Lock and unlock objects

Numbers, by contrast, offers improved compatibility for Microsoft Excel, and Numbers for Mac.

Include here are:

  • Hide and unhide rows and columns
  • Import and export Numbers for Mac spreadsheets with filters, and turn filters on and off
  • Preserve rich text in tables when importing and exporting
  • Add reflections to shapes
  • Lock and unlock objects

Finally, and you might have guessed, Keynote offers improved compatibility for Microsoft PowerPoint, and Keynote for Mac.

This includes:

  • Import and export all Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote for Mac slide sizes
  • Import and export presentation themes, complete with master slides and preset styles
  • Play back all Keynote action builds including Move, Rotate, Scale, and Opacity
  • Add new slide transitions including Shimmer and Sparkle
  • Preserve calculations in tables when importing from and exporting to Keynote for Mac
  • Add reflections to shapes
  • New print layouts include options to print with presenter notes, with builds, and without backgrounds
  • Lock and unlock objects

Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for iOS are available for $9.99 each. Versions for OS X are available in the Mac App Store. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for Mac are priced at $19.99 each.