Apple has published updates to all of the apps in its iWork suite on the Mac and iOS platforms. Pages for iPhone and iPad was bumped to version 2.2.2, while Pages for Mac reached version 5.2.2. Keynote for Mac was updated to version 6.2.2 and its iOS version went to 2.2.2. Both versions of Numbers were also updated, with the iOS version coming to 2.2.2 and the Mac version hitting 3.2.2.

Each of today’s update has the same exact change log:

This update contains stability improvements and bug fixes.

Each of the iOS apps costs $9.99 while their Mac counterparts run for $19.99. The entire suite is included with the recent purchase of a Mac or iOS device.

iMovie for Mac was also updated today with fixes for its iCloud component in version 10.0.5:

 This update includes iCloud compatiblity improvements for iMovie Theater.

Like the iWork apps, iMovie is included with the purchase of a new Mac. Users on an older version can get the update for $14.99.

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