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Following today’s Keynote for Mac and iWork for iCloud updates, Apple has updated Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iPhone and iPad to version 2.1 today. The Mac versions of Pages and Numbers have also received updates. Like the web versions, each app gained support for sharing password-protected documents via iCloud links.

Keynote for iOS also gained new transitions, a remote feature for controlling the Mac version, and more.

Keynote for iOS
• Use the new remote feature to control slideshows on other devices
• New transitions including Droplet and Grid
• Enhanced presenter display options
• Share password-protected documents via iCloud link
• Create charts with date, time, and duration values
• Custom number formats in charts are preserved on import of Keynote ’09 and Microsoft PowerPoint presentations
• Improved compatibility with Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 presentations
• Bug fixes and stability improvements

Keynote Remote, which is integrated into the aforementioned update, is no longer visible in the App Store. But the direct link continues to work.

Numbers for iOS now supports landscape mode for spreadsheets, date and duration charts, and has improved compatibility with other spreadsheet apps.

Numbers for iOS
• View and edit spreadsheets in landscape orientation
• Chart date and duration values
• Share password-protected documents via iCloud link
• Export password-protected spreadsheets to XLSX format
• Improved compatibility with Microsoft Excel 2013 spreadsheets
• Custom number formats in charts are preserved on import of Numbers ’09 and Microsoft Excel spreadsheets
• Bug fixes and stability improvements

Pages for iOS added the ability to create date and time charts, a character counter, automatic bullet list support, and more.

Pages for iOS
• Share password-protected documents via iCloud link
• View character count with or without spaces
• Export password-protected documents to DOCX format
• Start a list automatically using new special characters
• Create charts with date, time, and duration values
• Improved support for bidirectional text
• Improved ePub export
• Improved compatibility with Microsoft Word 2013 documents
• Custom number formats in charts are preserved on import of Pages ’09 and Microsoft Word documents
• Bug fixes and stability improvements

On the Mac side, Numbers and Pages each got substantial updates. Pages now has a vertical ruler, customizable alignment guides, keyboard shortcuts for custom styles, a character counter, and more.

Pages for Mac
• Vertical ruler
• Share password-protected documents via iCloud link
• Customizable alignment guides
• Set keyboard shortcuts for styles
• View character count with or without spaces
• Improved precision for inserting and pasting objects
• Create charts with date, time, and duration values
• Delete sections from the page navigator
• Improved compatibility with Microsoft Word 2013 documents
• Export password-protected documents to DOCX format
• Custom number formats in charts are preserved on import of Pages ’09 and Microsoft Word documents
• Start a list automatically using new special characters
• Improved support for bidirectional text
• Improved ePub export
• Bug fixes and stability improvements

 Numbers for Mac gained the ability to sort a subset of rows, sort data by multiple column values, chart date and duration values, a progress indicator for lengthy calculations, and more.

Numbers for Mac
• Sort by multiple columns
• Sort a subset of rows
• Text autocompletes when editing cells
• Chart date and duration values
• Optionally highlight rows and columns on mouseover
• Progress indicator for calculations
• Custom number formats in charts are preserved on import of Numbers ’09 and Microsoft Excel spreadsheets
• Share password-protected spreadsheets via iCloud link
• Export password-protected spreadsheets to XLSX format
• Improvements to AppleScript support
• Improved compatibility with Microsoft Excel 2013 spreadsheets
• Bug fixes and stability improvements

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5 Responses to “iWork for iOS and Mac updated with password-protected files, new Keynote transitions, and a lot more”

  1. After updating, it won’t open any presentations on my iPhone. It keeps popping-up telling me I need to update my version… uh.. which I have. I even tried uninstalling/reinstalling and it didn’t help. Seems broken.

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  2. dcj001 says:

    “Keynote Remote, which is integrated into the aforementioned update, is no longer visible in the App Store. But the direct link continues to work.”

    I do not see the direct link for Keynote Remote on this page.

    Here it is:

    https://itunes.apple.com/app/keynote-remote/id300719251?mt=8

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  3. jerimacaronion says:

    i want that

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