Apple Offers iWork to iPhone
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May 31, 2011, 11:08 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Apple today announced that its iWork productivity software is now available for the iPhone and iPod Touch. The productivity suite includes iPhone-optimized versions of Pages, Keynote, and Numbers. The apps can be used to create documents, slide presentations, and spreadsheets, respectively. The applications cost $9.99 each, but are universal and will work on the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPad and iPad 2, and the iPod Touch. iPad users who've already downloaded the apps will get them on the iPhone for free via an update. Apple is also offering an application called Keynote Remote, which lets iPhone users control a Keynote presentation from their handset. It costs 99 cents.
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Another version of iWork I won't buy
MS word for Mac works just fine on my MacBook, and I don't plan on doing any major word processing on my phone.
I have Documents to Go, but I only use it to read email attachments that are sent to me, but I can't imagine actually using my smartphone to create or even edit a document. The keyboard...
This is seriously awesome.
The mobile version of iWork is amazing, to say the least. I can't wait to get home and start messing with it on my iPhone!