With a ton of other releases Apple has been rolling out today, the company has also updated its iWork suite on iOS. All three apps come with a slew of new features that take advantage of iOS 12. Apple has also updated iWork for Mac as well, giving it support for dark mode.

As with nearly every other app update rolling out today, the entire iWork suite will now support Siri Shortcuts. Without going into much detail in the release notes, it’s assumed that you’ll now be able to open Keynote, Numbers, and Pages documents via Siri.

All the apps now support the native Dynamic Type feature, adjusting the font based on the system setting.

The entire iWork suite is available as a free download for iPhone, iPad, and Mac.

Read the full changelogs below:

Keynote (iOS):

  • Adjust text size in presenter notes and invert colors while presenting.
  • Easily save drawings to Photos or Files, or share them with others.
  • Support for Siri Shortcuts. Requires iOS 12.
  • Keynote now supports Dynamic Type.
  • Enhance your presentations with a variety of new editable shapes.
  • Performance and stability improvements.

Numbers (iOS):

  • Use Smart Categories to quickly organize and summarize tables to gain new insights.
  • Group your data based on unique values and date ranges, including day of week, day, week, month, quarter, and year.
  • Instantly show count, subtotal, average, maximum, and minimum values for columns in each group.
  • Create charts of your summarized data.
  • Easily reorder categories to see your data in a different way.
  • Easily save drawings to Photos or Files, or share them with others.
  • Support for Siri Shortcuts. Requires iOS 12.
  • Numbers now supports Dynamic Type.
  • Enhance your spreadsheets with a variety of new editable shapes.
  • Performance and stability improvements.

Pages (iOS):

  • Animate your drawings and watch them come to life in a document or book.
  • When using Smart Annotation, lines connecting text to annotations in the side margins stretch and move with edits.
  • Annotations now anchor to table cells.
  • Easily save drawings to Photos or Files, or share them with others.
  • Support for Siri Shortcuts. Requires iOS 12.
  • Adjust the line spacing before and after a paragraph, and set the width for columns of text.
  • Pages now supports Dynamic Type.
  • Enhance your documents with a variety of new editable shapes.
  • Performance and stability improvements.

Keynote (Mac):

• Support for Dark Mode gives Keynote a dramatic dark look. Toolbars and menus recede into the background so you can focus on your content. Requires macOS Mojave. • Support for Continuity Camera allows you to take a photo or scan a document with your iPhone and have it automatically appear in your presentation on your Mac. Requires macOS Mojave and iOS 12. • Easily record, edit, and play audio right on a slide. • Enhance your presentations with a variety of new editable shapes. • Performance and stability improvements.

Numbers (Mac):

• Use Smart Categories to quickly organize and summarize tables to gain new insights. • Group your data based on unique values and date ranges, including day of week, day, week, month, quarter, and year. • Instantly show count, subtotal, average, maximum, and minimum values for columns in each group. • Create charts of your summarized data. • Easily reorder categories to see your data in a different way. • Support for Dark Mode gives Numbers a dramatic dark look. Toolbars and menus recede into the background so you can focus on your content. Requires macOS Mojave. • Support for Continuity Camera allows you to take a photo or scan a document with your iPhone and have it automatically appear in your spreadsheet on your Mac. Requires macOS Mojave and iOS 12. • Easily record, edit, and play audio right in a spreadsheet. • Enhance your spreadsheets with a variety of new editable shapes. • Performance and stability improvements.

Pages (Mac):

• Easily record, edit, and play audio right on a page. • Support for Dark Mode gives Pages a dramatic dark look. Toolbars and menus recede into the background so you can focus on your content. Requires macOS Mojave. • Support for Continuity Camera allows you to take a photo or scan a document with your iPhone and have it automatically appear in your document on your Mac. Requires macOS Mojave and iOS 12. • Enhance your documents with a variety of new editable shapes. • Performance and stability improvements.


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