Apple has updated its suite of productivity apps to support the company’s newest mobile operating system version.

Apple on Monday officially updated its first-party productivity apps —Numbers, Pages, and Keynote— to support iOS 13. That means you can expect to find support for dark mode in Pages and Numbers, both on iOS 13 and iPadOS, as well as the ability to work with two documents from the same app side-by-side with iPadOS. Keynote does not add support for dark mode, though.

There are other fixes and patches, as well as general improvements as well. Here’s the official changelog:

• Enable Dark Mode to emphasize your content.*

• On iPadOS, use Numbers in multiple spaces or edit two spreadsheets side by side in Split View.

• Support for new iOS 13 and iPadOS text editing and navigation gestures.*

• Use custom fonts installed from the App Store.*

• Capture a screenshot of an entire spreadsheet, mark it up, then easily share it as a PDF.*

• Access files from a USB drive, external hard drive, or file server.*

• Listen to an audio representation of your chart using VoiceOver.*

• Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.

• Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

• Support for HEVC-formatted movies, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.

• Select multiple objects by pressing Shift or Command on a hardware keyboard.

And the changelog for Apple’s Pages:

• Enable Dark Mode to emphasize your content.*

• On iPadOS, use Pages in multiple spaces or edit two documents side by side in Split View.

• Support for new iOS 13 and iPadOS text editing and navigation gestures.*

• Set the default font and font size used for all new documents created from basic templates.

• Use custom fonts installed from the App Store.*

• Capture a screenshot of an entire document, mark it up, then easily share it as a PDF.*

• Access files from a USB drive, external hard drive, or file server.*

• Listen to an audio representation of your chart using VoiceOver.*

• Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.

• Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

• Support for HEVC-formatted movies, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.

• Select multiple objects by pressing Shift or Command on a hardware keyboard.

And finally, the changelog for Apple’s updated Keynote app:

• On iPadOS, use Keynote in multiple spaces or edit two presentations side by side in Split View.

• Support for new iOS 13 and iPadOS text editing and navigation gestures.*

• Use custom fonts installed from the App Store.*

• Capture a screenshot of an entire presentation, mark it up, then easily share it as a PDF.*

• Access files from a USB drive, external hard drive, or file server.*

• Listen to an audio representation of your chart using VoiceOver.*

• Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.

• Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

• Support for HEVC-formatted movies, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.

• Select multiple objects by pressing Shift or Command on a hardware keyboard.

You can find the links to download the newest version of these apps here: Pages, Keynote, Numbers.

That’s not all, though. Apple has also updated the macOS versions of Keynote, Pages, and Numbers as well, primarily focusing on bug fixes. Here are their changelogs:

Keynote for macOS:

• Easily add HEVC-formatted movies to presentations, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.

• Jump to a specific slide in your presentation using a new menu command.

• Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.

• Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

Pages for macOS:

• Set the default font and font size used for all new documents created from basic templates.

• Easily add HEVC-formatted movies to documents, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.

• Jump to a specific page in your document using a new menu command.

• Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.

• Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

And finally, Numbers for macOS:

• Improved performance when working with large tables.

• Easily add HEVC-formatted movies to spreadsheets, enabling reduced file size while preserving visual quality.

• Add accessibility descriptions to audio, video, and drawings.

• Improved accessibility of exported PDFs.

All of these updates are available now for free.