iWork Suite Review - App Saga [ 3 ]
The iWork Productivity Suite for the iPad is divided into Numbers, Pages, and Keynote. It can be a convenient tool for those who wish to get some job done on the go. We have the complete review of each app from a PC user’s perspective.
The iWork Suite for the iPad as of now is probably better suited for those who already own a Mac version of iWork. The iWork for Mac also allows the conversion of iWork files into Microsoft Office files. Currently, Numbers and Keynotes on the iPad cannot be exported to Excel or Powerpoint files.
Update, 9/10/2011: This review was published on May 2010. An updated Numbers review has been posted to reflect changes made in the most recent version. Version 1.4 includes major improvements such as iPhone compatibility and Excel support not found in this review. Our new rating for Numbers is 4 Out of 5 stars. Please click…(Read the full article)
I use Microsoft PowerPoint every week at work. As such, I have a very specific idea of what a good presentation app should bring to it. In reviewing Keynote, the presentation arm of Apple’s iWork for iPad suite, I began with a single question: how well could Keynote work as part of my daily routine?…(Read the full article)
Update, 8/9/2011: This review has been updated to reflect the most recent version of Pages. The original version of this review, posted on May 28, 2010, gave the app 4 stars. I am not generally a Mac person. My experience with the desktop version of Apple’s iWork is limited to about 5 minutes. So my…(Read the full article)