Apple on Thursday issued an update for its suite of iWork apps on iOS. Keynote, Pages and Numbers have all been updated to version 4.1, and the releases include a number of new features and improvements. Among the changes are a new on-page audio feature the allows you to record, edit and play clips and the ability to use Apple Pencil to select and scroll. Check out the full change logs below.
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Apple today updated Pages, Keynote and Numbers for Mac, iPhone and iPad with several new features, including comment replying, new auto-correct and text replacement options, 500 professionally drawn shapes and more.
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Apple’s productivity-focused iWork apps—Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, Mac and iCloud.com— were updated this morning with a bunch of new features, including new editing capabilities across iOS, macOS and the web and the ability to quickly open password-protected documents using Touch ID. Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iOS are available free from App Store.
Pages, Numbers and Keynote for Mac are available via Mac App Store. Web-based versions of these apps are accessible via a desktop web browser at iCloud.com.