Apple Updates iWork Apps with New Features

The criticism has previously haglet down over Apple’s new design in the iWork Office suite. Now there are new features and bug fixes.
Apple updated in October their iWork suite of Office productivity suite that can be described as Apple’s response to the Office suite from Microsoft Windows-the universe. iWork Pages, Numbers and Keynote consists of.
Update (version 2.0) brought a completely new user interface to applications, and particularly on the Mac, there were clear differences to spot. The entire interface was simplified in order to create consistency between versions of both iOS and OSX (Mac).
Apple, however, got well deserved criticism of update that removed basic functions, which customers are now missing. The company however announced publicly that there were bug fixes and improvements on the way to users.
Now is version 2.1 on the way out, and can be retrieved for both iOS (App Store) and Mac (Mac App Store).
Among the news include that functionality from Keynote Remote app that wirelessly control your presentation, now has been integrated directly into Keynote app. There is also improved compatibility with Microsoft Excel spreadsheet in Numbers-2013-app, and the ability for access-protection documents via iCloud in the app Pages.
iWork applications can both open and send documents in the familiar Office formats, so if they are not already part of your app collection on iOS, so we recommend that you take an extra look.