Appleproductivity apps – Pages, keynote, Numbers — to be updated after a six-month interval. Pages is a word processing application, while Keynote and Numbers are used for presentations and worksheets. Here, we’ll tell you what’s new in three of Apple’s productivity apps:
What’s new in Pages?
Apple has added the ability to publish directly from Pages to Apple Books. Users can publish files up to 2GB in size. Additionally, users will have more options for setting font sizes and placing page numbers in documents. On the iPhone, those who use or want to use Pages will get the new launch action directly from the application icon. For example, if a user long-presses on the Pages application icon, they can create a new document directly from the home screen. Apple added VoiceOver controls to Pages, along with the ability to read comments and track changes.
What’s new in Numbers?
Numbers, Apple’s spreadsheet application, has also been updated with new features. Users can now adjust the font size to two decimal places. Also, users can capture snapshots of table cells without any formulas, hidden values or categories. Like Pages, Numbers has gained more VoiceOver controls, as well as the ability to create formulas and fill cells with accessibility features.
What’s new in Keynote?
Keynote is Apple’s answer to PowerPoint, and the app has also received a small upgrade. Users can now zoom slides up to a maximum level of 400%. Also, users will be able to change the font size more precisely.
All applications have been updated to version 12.0 and they will be updated automatically. If users don’t have automatic app updates, they can go to the App Store and get new versions of all three apps.