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Apple Updates iWork For iCloud With A Number Of New Features

A little less than a month after updating the iWork for iCloud online productivity suite, Apple has once again added a number of new features to the trio of apps – Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. Thanks to the update, users can now do things like organize their documents using folders and print directly from the Tools menu. Apple has also added a number of collaboration-centric features. The collaborator list allows users to view the list of people currently editing a document. And with the collaborator cursor, users can see cursors and selections for everyone in a document. Numbers and Keynote also gained some specific new features to make spreadsheet and presentation creation easier. The service still hasn’t shed its “beta” tag, but I’m definitely glad to see Apple is adding new features so quickly. Users can create documents with the service and then pick right up where they left off on their iOS devices or Mac. All of the apps are free for buyers of new iOS or Mac hardware. For other news today, see: Version 6.0.2 Of The Apple TV Software Arrives, Apple Releases iOS 7.0.4 To The Public, and Apple And Samsung Absolutely Destroy The Competition In Terms Of Profitability.
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