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Apple iWork is a cloud-based office suite designed for macOS and iOS, with compatibility extending to other platforms through the iCloud website. It offers a range of productivity tools including Pages for word processing, Numbers for spreadsheets, and Keynote for presentations. With its seamless integration across Apple devices and web accessibility, iWork provides users with a versatile and collaborative workspace for creating and sharing documents.

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Apple iWork Features

  • Apple iWork FeaturesCustom Templates : Allows users to create personalized templates, allowing users to design documents with their own unique styles.
  • Apple iWork FeaturesBatch Mailing : Enables users to send personalized emails to multiple recipients simultaneously
  • Apple iWork FeaturesDark Mode : Provides a visually pleasing and comfortable viewing experience in low-light environments.
  • Apple iWork FeaturesMaths Equation : Supports the inclusion of elegant mathematical equations using LaTeX or MathML notation.
  • Apple iWork FeaturesDefault Fonts : Offers a wide selection of professionally designed fonts as default options in iWork applications.
  • Apple iWork FeaturesShapes Library : Offers a comprehensive library of 700 shapes, giving users the flexibility to add visually appealing graphics.

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  • Jacob H.Podcast Host



    I've been using iWork (Pages, Numbers, Keynote) for a long time! The functionality and design is unparalleled, especially for the price (included with macOS and iOS devices). I love how easy it is to customize documents and how they automatically sync between my devices. Review collected by and hosted on

  • Verified User in Marketing and AdvertisingMid-Market(51-1000 emp.)



    The only thing that can be annoying are format errors that occur when exporting as non-iWork native file types. For example, exporting a pages document might produce some errors on its corresponding word doc when opening on a PC, thus, there is always a second step required to review. Review collected by and hosted on