In a follow-up to their new product announcements in October, Apple has released updates to its online office suite of services, iWork for iCloud Beta. The updates include new real-time collaboration tools across all its devices, including the web platform. Show More Summary
iWork for iCloud is technically still in its beta phase, but Apple pubilished an updated to its suite of productivity apps this afternoon that will certainly make it more appealing for those looking for a Google Docs alternative. The new … Read more › The post iWork For iCloud Gets Updated With New Collaboration Tools appeared first on Cult of Mac.
Building on Thursday afternoon's software update theme, Apple has released a new version of its iWork for iCloud office suite, rolling out new realtime collaboration features and adding some new administrative options.
Apple has updated the beta of iWork for iCloud. This update focuses on collaboration. You can view a list of collaborators that are currently in a document, as well as the cursors of their collaborators. Clicking a collaborator's name from the list will cause you to jump to their cursor in the current document. Show More Summary
Apple updated its iWork for iCloud services today with several features that it had previously announced were on their way. These center around a bunch of new collaboration tools that aim to make it a good alternative to Google Docs offerings for iCloud users. Show More Summary
On Thursday Apple added some new features to its iWork for iCloud beta Web apps, focusing on collaboration, printing, and organizing. iWork for iCloud’s collaboration features—a big missing ingredient—were first shown at Apple’s October 22 event. Show More Summary
Back at Apple’s October 22nd iPad Air event, the company also unveiled an update to its iWork for iCloud online productivity suite beta that included new real-time collaboration features, easier sharing, and more. The ability to collaborate went live initially, but today Apple is rolling a handful of other new features to Pages, Numbers, and […]
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At its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, Apple introduced iWork for iCloud, a browser-based version of its productivity suite of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. The service has been in beta testing since that time, and the company...Show More Summary
The updated iWork for iCloud beta apps are now live on icloud.com. While the Pages, Numbers, and Keynote betas have been available for a few months, the ability to collaborate in realtime was announced during today’s keynote. The apps are now live and available to use on the site with any Mac or PC. New […]
First reported by MacRumors, Apple seems to be teasing the arrival of new iWork for iCloud apps on iCloud.com in advance of its Tuesday special media event. Apple's iWork for iCloud service has been in beta since 2013’s Worldwide Developers...Show More Summary
Apple announced the addition of iWork for iCloud to its growing set of cloud-based services at this year’s WWDC in San Francisco. Released in beta this past August, but then throttled back due to overwhelming response, the cloud-based iWork suite comprises three products: Numbers, Pages and Keynote. Show More Summary
Nov. 12 - 13, 2013 San Francisco, CA Tickets On Sale Now Media cloud startup Loom opened its service to the public today after a few months in private beta testing. A Y Combinator grad, Loom seeks to steal some …
I switched from Apple’s default Calendar app to Fantastical for iPhone over a year ago, and I haven’t found a viable third-party alternative until I started beta testing today’s release of Sunrise 2.0. Completely redesigned with iOSShow More Summary
Everyone’s favorite hockey puck “hobby” has received a huge software update today. Apple TV 6.0, which has been in beta testing since June, brings with it iTunes Radio, AirPlay from iCloud, iCloud Photos and Videos, iTunes Music Store, and Podcasts. The software was called “Apple TV 5.4? while in beta, but it appears Apple has […]
After having been in beta for the past little while, the newly redesigned iCloud.com website has gone live ahead of the iOS 7 launch. Anyone logging into it for the first time will instantly notice the redesign itself takes a lot of its inspiration from iOS 7, creating a simpler and more refined user interface. Show More Summary
If you head over to iCloud.com, you’ll notice that it has been completely redesigned to match the look and feel of iOS 7. The new iCloud website has been in beta all summer, and Apple has made it publicly available on the eve of tomorrow’s iOS 7 launch. Show More Summary
Yep, the iCloud facelift to look a lot more like iOS 7 is finally public now. The iOS 7-designed iCloud website was previously in beta but has now gone wide. This update comes the day before the launch of iOS 7. Read more...
iCloud.com has received a makeover with new icons and design inspired by iOS 7, after previously rolling out to beta customers back in August. The background wallpaper mirrors the dynamic, slowly changing wallpaper offered in iOS 7 as...Show More Summary
Apple on Tuesday brought the revamped iCloud.com webpage, which is designed to match the style of iOS 7, out of beta, offering users a taste of what to expect when the next-generation mobile platform is released on Wednesday.