Apple updates iWork, Find My iPhone, Remote iOS apps

12. Oktober 2011
In addition to , , and , Apple also released new versions of many of its iOS apps on Wednesday. Most of them bring support for some of iCloud’s features, but additional enhancements and improvements have been thrown into the mix as well.

All three of AppleApple’s iWork apps have been updated to version 1.5, bringing support for iCloud’s Documents in the Cloud feature. The iCloud website also offers conversion import and export features. For example, you can drop Numbers ’09, Excel, or CSV documents onto into iCloud.com and it’ll sync them to the iOS version Numbers automatically. Pages ’09, MicrosoftMicrosoft Word, or plain text files will be synced to Pages on iOS and Keynote and PowerPoint files will be sent to Keynote on your iOS device. Alles zu Apple auf CIO.de Alles zu Microsoft auf CIO.de

Additionally you can also download any of your files from iCloud.com in iWork format, Microsoft Office format, or as a PDF. The updates to all three iOS iWork apps also feature improved compatibility with their iWork and Microsoft Office counterparts, and better support for input in Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

Unless otherwise noted, all apps now require an iPhoneiPhone, iPadiPad, or iPod touch running iOS 5.0 or later. Alles zu iPad auf CIO.de Alles zu iPhone auf CIO.de

Pages: Apple’s $10 word processor for iOS also now lets you create footnotes and endnotes in your documents; view improved word counts, including character, paragraph, and page information; and use the iPhone 4S’s dictation feature to enter documents by voice.

Numbers: The $10 spreadsheet component of Apple’s iWork suite for iOS devices also brings the ability to use sliders, steppers, and pop-ups to easily enter data; Merge Cells now allows you to format your tables; and you can hide and show rows and columns.