Apple has updated a number of its iWork applications for both iOS and OS X adding the usual “stability improvements and bug fixes”. iMovie for Mac also saw update, featuring iCloud compatibility enhancements for iMovie Theater.
The updates means movement of Numbers, Pages and Keynote to version 2.2.2, while Mac versions jumped to 5.2.2 for Pages , 3.2.2 for Numbers and 6.2.2 for Keynote.
The previous major iWork overhaul was released in April when the app suite was updated with multiple user interface tweaks and feature additions in attempts to create a more integral multi-platform experience. Later that month, a new update for iOS versions came with similar unspecified bug fixes and performance enhancements seen in yesterday‘s release.
Apple’s iWork updates are available as free downloads from the iOS or Mac App Stores, as well as Software Update. Customers who have recently bought a new Mac — or iOS device after Sept. 10, 2013 — can receive the apps for free from their respective App Stores. Users with older iPhone, iPad and iPod touch models are required to pay $9.99 per app, while those with older Macs can purchase Pages, Numbers and Keynote for $19.99 each.
Apple has also released a minor update for the Mac version of iMovie that adds iCloud compatibility improvements for iMovie Theater. The refreshed app is available for download for $14.99 from the Mac App Store.