Apple updates Pages, Numbers and Keynote with new features
Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are Apple’s office apps that have received an update with some minor improvements.
Office software developed by Apple It is updated from time to time, hoping to compete with the giant Microsoft for this huge market share. The last update was made during the month of April with some major improvements for the best user experience.
gift day a new update has been released, precisely for Pages, Keynote and Numbers apps. All of them will have some minor improvements, but while working on them, the focus is on improving the user experience.
Detailed update of Pages, Keynote and Numbers
Apple office appsKnown as iWork, it focuses on productivity when writing, calculating or presenting. Apple has released a new update and the improvements are as follows:
The app has been updated for Mac and iPad. you can add animated backgrounds with subtle gesturessomething to create visual interest in presentations that require it.
These dynamic backgrounds will serve to format the slides as the user changes the slides while working. Moreover, also added skip option or don’t skip all the slides when a group crashes or makes a big mistake.
There was no significant change in the numbers, because the update practically only improved the performance of large tables or tables full of transactions. These changes may be more noticeable when adding rows and columns to those tables.
Pages has received an update for iPhone, iPad and Mac. The main feature coming is, merge recipients when creating a lettercards and personalized envelopes make the job so much easier.
Also, besides there are new templates for certified invitationsand an option to export them as TXT files.
this update now available on the App Store of each device. In fact, it’s very likely that your apps are already updated.
Source: i Padizate
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