Apple’s iWork and iLife apps are getting a refresh for both Mac and iOS 7 devices.
iWork for iCloud — Apple’s take on the cloud-based office suite — was launched initially to developers to mid-June, but now it is available for free to anyone who wants to try it.
Despite the fact that iWork for iCloud is in beta, everything feels solid, complete, and fast.
Apple’s iCloud service now has more than 300 million users, Apple CEO Tim Cook said on stage today at its WWDC conference.
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Many hoped that Apple’s iCloud web apps would offer a fully functional version of iWork, but it doesn’t seem likely for the service’s initial launch, according to a demo video recorded by a iOS developer today.
On top of releasing details on what it will present at WWDC, Apple announced Tuesday that it is finally releasing the iWork productivity suite for the iPhone and iPod touch. iWork has been available for the iPad since it launched in April 2010.