Apple, which unveiled its new iPad Air and iPad Mini with Retina display yesterday, has also announced its new application called iWork for iPad, iPhones and Mac computers. The Apple iWork applications are aimed to counter Microsoft’s Office productivity apps.
Apart from iWork productivity apps, Apple has also announced award-winning iLife creativity apps and GarageBand which have been completely redesigned to take full advantage of the iOS 7. All apps have been updated to support the 64-bit architecture and the iCloud integration has been blended. Apple brings hundreds of new features in the iWork and iLife apps for the iOS 7. Apple iWork and iLife apps are now available for free with the purchase of every iOS device.
An all new iWork for iOS makes creating, editing and sharing documents easier than ever while the user is on them move. The new iWork suite introduces a unified file format that brings a uniformity of the file across iOS, Mac and iCloud. Also, the iWork for iCloud beta now supports for real-time collaboration. Apple has tweaked the iWork to gif the users with a brand new UI to make it simpler to use and packing a set of powerful tools.
Apple has updated the iPhoto for iOS with the new 64-bit architecture support to make browsing and editing faster and smoother than earlier. It also sports the new iOS 7 like cleaner look with new bunch of tools and effects for adding more drama in the images. The new OS allows sharing favourite images as custom slideshows and order those images as professional-quality prints.
The iMovie for iOS has been redesigned for easily browsing the video library and instantly share some favourite moments. New iMovie for iOS brings desktop-class moviemaking to the iPhone and iPad platforms. Users can engage into split screen and picture-in-picture effects or advanced audio edits in just a few taps. GarageBand for iOS has been updated to match the look and feel of iOS 7 and taps the power of 64-bit architecture support enables the musicians a full recording studio with up to 32 tracks. With iOS 7 Inter-App Audio one can record third-party music apps right into GarageBand, and AirDrop allows you to wirelessly sharing song projects with other iOS users. The iCloud keeps the song projects up to date across your devices iOS and Mac.
Apple’s new iWork and iLife for iOS are available for free from the App Store for any new device running iOS 7. Alternatively they are also available as free updates for existing users. Additional GarageBand instruments and sounds are available for a one-time in-app purchase of Rs 270 for iOS 7.