Keynote Remote to Be Discontinued

Keynote for iOS
Death by PowerPoint is such a common occurrence, although it’s the kind of death that involves neverending torment – neverending at least until the presentation comes to a close. One has to admit that Keynote does make for a more pleasant presentation-viewing experience – if the creator has a decent sense of design, I guess. Read more…

Apple Introduces iPad Air & Plenty More

Apple Introduces iPad Air & Plenty More
Apple’s latest (and last of ’13?) keynote event unveiled the next-gen, ultra-thin, Mini-inspired “iPad Air.” But there was loads more revealed and shown off at this massive event. This is what you need to know. Read more…

Could iWork Be Coming Soon? Maybe, Maybe Not

Could iWork Be Coming Soon? Maybe, Maybe Not
When the Mac App Store launched today, users scoured the store for any trace of iWork ’11. The only version available is the 2009 edition with no news on an updated release. However, iWork ’11 could be coming sooner than expected or not. Apple took the liberty of dividing the iWork suite in to its Read more…

Mac App Store Opens Its Doors With 1,000+ Apps

Mac App Store Opens Its Doors With 1,000+ Apps
The Mac App Store is available now for users and opens its doors with over 1,000 Apps including iOS favorites such as Twitter and Angry Birds. Announced during Apple’s “Back To The Mac” event, the Mac App Store has been anticipated by users for weeks as developers readied their Software for Apple to approve. Apple Read more…

Apple Updates iWork for iPad and It’s a Doozy

Apple Updates iWork for iPad and It's a Doozy
The big issue with Pages and Numbers on the iPad was finding a way to sync the documents with your workflow. Let’s say I was working on an article on my iPad, and I had to take a break. A few hours later, I was ready to work on it again, but now I had Read more…

Pages Now Features Export to ePub

Pages Now Features Export to ePub
Sometimes, I like to hear about things going on, then let them marinate in my head for a little bit so I can think about it before spouting my opinions. For example, let’s talk about the news that came around last week: iWork was updated. Big deal, right? Not really, except that it also included Read more…

iWork on the iPhone? I Hope So.

iWork on the iPhone? I Hope So.
Take this one with a huge grain of salt, but Pocket Lint is reporting that on the US version of the Apple site that this image was posted showing very clearly that Keynote is on the iPhone. Apparently since Pocket Lint found the problem, Apple has gone ahead and deleted the image, but in a Read more…

All Pages, All the Time

All Pages, All the Time
Some time ago, I decided to say goodbye to Microsoft Office forever, and completely switch over to Pages and Keynote. It was an easy decision for me: I wasn’t a heavy Office user anyway, preferring to keep most of my documents online, and using the application primarily to open client .doc files and the occasional Read more…

iWork.com Updates – Both Users Very Excited

iWork.com Updates - Both Users Very Excited
iWork, Apple’s answer to the Microsoft Office suite, also has an online component. iWork.com is Apple’s version of Google Docs, and it allows iWork users to share files with both Apple and PC users. I’ve never used it personally, but that’s because I don’t collaborate with anybody. And if I do, I just e-mail them Read more…

Apple issues update for Keynote, Pages, and Numbers

Apple issues update for Keynote, Pages, and Numbers
Apple has issued an update to iWork including Numbers, Keynote, and Pages. Keynote 4.0.4 deals with compatibility issues with Microsoft Power Point, and other general compatibility issues. Pages 3.0.3 and Numbers 1.0.3 also fix the incredibly general “general compatibility issues”. Each download clocks in at roughly 30 Mbs and can be obtained now. Read more…