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iWork app suite coming to iCloud later this year

updated 04:18 pm EDT, Mon June 10, 2013

Will support Office documents

Apple has announced that its iWork app suite -- Pages, Keynote, and Numbers -- will be coming to sometime later this year. In web form, the apps will support a variety of editing functions such as font selection, adding, cropping, and rotating images, or animating Keynote transitions. Users will be able to gain access via compatible OS X and Windows browsers; Office documents will be included in format support.

Early developer versions of the apps can be reached via Apple's iCloud beta page. Compatible Windows browsers should at least include Chrome and Internet Explorer, but Apple has yet to comment on alternatives like Firefox or Opera.

by MacNN Staff



  1. bobolicious

    Dedicated MacNNer

    Joined: 08-15-02

    ...perhaps it should be renamed iUSA-NSA...? Until customer/client data privacy is definitively addressed the cloud seems rather cloudy to me...?

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