Gone are those days when Apple users could not show off their presentations created on Keynote while on a non-Mac device.
With Apple announcing iWork for iCloud during the WWDC, it was a step forward in the Cloud based working. Apple sells their Office at very cheap rates as compared to their competitors and it can be synced between devices seamlessly via iCloud. iCloud is not subscription based because all Apple users get 5GB of free space which is good enough for most of the users. With iWork for iCloud, they’ve extended the functionality of their Office Suite and made it more appealing for people to buy.
We can now work on our documents even while on other OS like Ubuntu or Windows since it is completely Browser based. Apple has rolled out the preview for the Developers at the developer version of the site.
iWork suite consists of three individual apps. Pages for documents, Numbers for spreadsheets and Keynote for presentations. With the three apps on the web and the competitors offering expensive subscription based alternatives, Apple ahead of it’s competition now.