iWork for iCloud unveiled: runs Pages, Keynote, and Numbers right in your browser

By , Jun 10, 2013

WWDC 2013 iWork for iCloud

iWork for iCloud is a brand new product announced by Apple today at the WWDC keynote. It’s a product that will coexist with the currently existing iWork suite. iWork for iCloud exists totally in the cloud, meaning that it runs via Safari and other browsers (IE and Chrome included), similarly to Microsoft’s Office 365.

Editing and viewing documents in iWork for iCloud looks almost identical to the current iWork suite experience. Support for Pages, Numbers and Keynote (along with 3D animations) is included.

WWDC 2013 iCloud iWork

One great feature for those of you thinking about transitioning from Office — you’ll able to drag and drop Microsoft Word documents and edit then right from within iWork for iCloud. A developer beta will be available later today, with the full deal going live later this year.

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  • klouud

    do you have to purchase access? Will it work if you have an outdated version? i have an old iWork disk from one of my old iMacs.

  • Reya Huang

    … I like the old interface. As usual.