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Apple debuts iWork for iCloud

Apple debuts iWork for iCloud

Apple has unveiled iWork for iCloud. Users will now be able to iWork create documents, presentations, and spreadsheets in a web browser. iWork for iCloud supports features such as drag and drop and editing of Microsoft Office files. Available today as a developer beta, iWork for iCloud supports Safari, Chrome, and Internet Explorer.

For more coverage of today's announcements and more, follow along with out WWDC 2013 coverage.

Joseph Keller

Joseph Keller is a news reporter for iMore. He's also chilling out and having a sandwich.

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There are 7 comments. Add yours.

ugahairydawgs says:

Long overdue, but looks to be a bit slicker than Google Docs assuming everything works well together between OS X, iOS and web versions.

SteveW928 says:

A BIT slicker??? You mean, like it actually looks useable? Yea, I was thinking that as well. Google Docs is horrific. You feel like you've stepped back a decade or two and only use it if forced to. It's kind of like Word, only far worse.

Rowanova says:

No mention of Firefox compatibility, wonder what's up there?

ScottyTheMenace says:

This looks cool. Though it's probably the first step in graveyarding the installed apps, ala Adobe.

SteveW928 says:

No, it's probably more a strike at Google Docs. And, for many, it would be quite handy. However, until everyone is using devices that are always Internet connected (and, at a reasonable price), installed apps aren't going anywhere.

BBPandy says:

If it's for work I hope it's more stable then iCloud