by Brent Dirks
May 20, 2014
Apple’s free online productivity suite, iWork for iCloud, has just received a nice update. First up, in all three applications – Pages, Numbers, and Keynote – users can collaborate with 100 people. That’s double the previous limit of 50. File storage limits have also been greatly increased. Users can edit documents up to 1GB in size, up from the previous 200MB limit. Inserted images are now allowed to be up to 10MB in size, up from 5MB. In all three programs, users can also create 2-D and interactive charts. Pages now allows the ability to export documents to the ePub format, insert and edit inline tables, and object layering. Along with exporting to the CSV format, Numbers allows users to alternate row colors in tables. Finally, Keynote users can take advantage of more color options and the ability to show or hide the slide numbers when needed. The suite was last revamped in early April with an updated design for the in-document editor, view-only sharing functionality, and more. To access iWork for iCloud, visit the site here. For other news today, see: Verizon Unveils Its Own Voice-Over-LTE Rollout Plans, Apple's Reported Content Delivery Network Is Moving Closer To Reality, and Win A Free T-Shirt To Celebrate The Latest Addappt App Update.