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Apple has opened up the web-based version of iWork to everyone—even if you don't own an Apple device. Sign up through the iCloud beta [via TechCrunch]

Most Popular Online Presentation Creation Tool: Prezi Most Popular Online Presentation Creation Tool: Prezi

Building a great presentation doesn't mean downloading a huge office suite. You have tons of options that are always-online, let you collaborate with others, and even break the slide deck mold. Last week we asked for your faves, then looked at the five best online presentation creation tools. Now we're back to…

Five Best Online Presentation Creation Tools Five Best Online Presentation Creation Tools

You don't have to download an office suite to build great-looking presentations for work, a talk, or school. There are plenty of online options that work well from any computer with a web browser, whether it's your desktop, a PC at work, or a laptop on the go. This week we're looking at five of the best.

iWork Automation Is a Massive Collection of iWork AppleScripts iWork Automation Is a Massive Collection of iWork AppleScripts

AppleScript is an easy way to automate just about anything on your Mac and that includes Apple's own productivity suite, iWork. iWork Automation is a site that shows you how to make the most of that AppleScript support.

Get iWork for Free on any OS X Mavericks Machine Get iWork for Free on any OS X Mavericks Machine

Apple recently introduced a new version of the iWork suite of office productivity apps and announced that all new Mac and iOS devices will get it for free. Well, if you're not purchasing a new Mac but have upgraded to the new OS X Mavericks, you can get in on the action with a simple hack. Miloot.com explains how to…

Apple has updated iWork for iCloud today, with some previously announced collaboration features that include the ability to see who else is editing a document, and more. Read more here.

Apple Makes iWork Free, Adds Collaboration and Many Other Features Apple Makes iWork Free, Adds Collaboration and Many Other Features

Apple just announced that iWork, along with iLife and OS X Mavericks, will come free with all Macs and iDevices. Along with an iCloud account, you get iWork in the cloud and can collaborate with others in real time regardless of their operating system.

Apple just announced that the mobile apps in iWork and iLife (iPhoto, iMovie, Pages, Numbers, and Keynote) are now free downloads for new devices. If you've ever wanted to partake in iWork but didn't want to cough up the cash, now you don't have to if you pick up a new iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch.

iWork for iCloud Brings Your iWork Documents to the Web iWork for iCloud Brings Your iWork Documents to the Web

Apple announced their Google Docs competitor, iWork for iCloud, earlier this year. Now, it's finally available for users to try out.

iWork for iCloud Puts Your Apple Documents in the Cloud iWork for iCloud Puts Your Apple Documents in the Cloud

You can get iWork for your Mac or iDevice, but now you can get it on the web. Apple announced new web apps that work nearly as well as their desktop counterparts, right from the web browser on any desktop platform.

CupCloud Saves Tabs and Documents, Instantly Loads Them On Another PC CupCloud Saves Tabs and Documents, Instantly Loads Them On Another PC

Windows/OS X: CupCloud makes it easy to save and stop your work on one computer and pick right up where you left off on another, or save your session so you can reboot your computer and get right back to work without opening a ton of tabs or applications again.

Use Keynote to Design Documents, Web Sites, and Other Atypical Items Use Keynote to Design Documents, Web Sites, and Other Atypical Items

Paul Woods at design firm ESPI notes that the team there hardly ever uses its Adobe Creative Suite tools to design web sites, presentations, or other design-needed items. Instead, everybody turns to Apple's Keynote, part of the $79 iWork suite. It's not so much that Keynote does everything well, as Woods is honest…

iWork Apps Pages, Keynote, and Numbers Now Available for iPhone iWork Apps Pages, Keynote, and Numbers Now Available for iPhone

iPhone: Apple's entire iWork suite is no longer constrained to the larger proportions of the iPad, as all three of its apps (Pages, Keynote, and Numbers) were updated yesterday and are now compatible with the iPhone and iPod touch as well. Users who have already purchased the iPad editions of iWork apps can update…

Zamzar Converts iWork Files to Handier Formats

You love your Mac life, but iWork documents and presentations aren't so convenient in the greater, multi-OS world. What's the easiest conversion solution? Upload to Zamzar, then get back an Office-formatted (or plain text) file. [Zamzar]

How to Integrate iWork with Dropbox on Your iPad How to Integrate iWork with Dropbox on Your iPad

iWork on the iPad is pretty good, but it's biggest missing feature? A lack of Dropbox integration. As tech blog TechInch has discovered, this can be fixed pretty easily. Using previously mentioned DropDAV—a service that enables WebDAV access to your Dropbox account—you can add your Dropbox account as a WebDAV share…

iWork '09 30-Day Trial Available for Download iWork '09 30-Day Trial Available for Download

Mac OS X only: You've already heard about the new features and upgrades the latest iteration of Apple's office suite iWork '09 is getting—and now you can give them a test drive. Download the 30-day trial of iWork '09 before you commit to the $79 investment. What are your favorite apps in iWork? What do you use 'em…

Top 10 CES and Macworld Announcements Top 10 CES and Macworld Announcements

Click to viewThis year's Macworld and Consumer Electronics Show offered dozens of new product announcements, but only a handful will actually change how you work, play, and live.

Apple to Take on Google Docs with iWork.com

Apple's moving iWork onto the web with iWork.com, a web-based version of their desktop office suite which will offer "transparent integration" into the desktop app.

Apple Polishes Spreadsheets with Numbers Apple Polishes Spreadsheets with Numbers

Macworld says that iWork '08's Numbers changes the spreadsheet paradigm. Mac guy Merlin Mann says Numbers is like the Excel librarian who ditches her horn-rims, opens a button and shakes her hair. We decided to give Numbers a test-drive ourselves to see if it really deserves all the praise. In fact, while Numbers…

iWork's Numbers changes the spreadsheet paradigm iWork's Numbers changes the spreadsheet paradigm

Finance geek Rob Griffiths says Apple's new iWork spreadsheet application Numbers changes the basic "grid of cells" workspace Excel and its cohorts use.

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