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Apple Redesigns iLife and iWork Apps

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Oct 22, 2013, 12:57 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Apple today announced new versions of its core creativity and productivity suites, iLife and iWork. iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand have all been redesigned with the design language used by iOS 7, as well as given new features. iPhoto makes it easier to organize albums; iMovie can now create picture-in-picture videos and slow motion effects; and GarageBand can handle more tracks in a single recording. All the apps have new support for iCloud, and can sync contents/file changes between iOS and Mac-based machines. iWork has been redesigned, too, to bring over the new elements of iOS 7. Pages, Apple's Microsoft Word equivalent, has less "chrome" getting in the way of content; Numbers has more graphics and visual tools; and Presentations adds object-based animation, new transitions, and more realistic physics. Last, Apple added collaboration tools to iWork for iCloud, which will allow people to share and work on documents/files. All six apps are free for iOS (and Mac) devices and will be available beginning later today.

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Doom Wolf

Oct 22, 2013, 2:30 PM

Garage Band

Is the only program from Mac that I like. Glad it's getting an update. Can't wait to have more rows to fill!
I don't use it, but Garage Band is the only one of the default apps which isn't completely dull and boring.....for both Windows and Mac, the default, built in apps are lame.....
 
 
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