Apple updated its suite of iWork apps, which include Pages 4.2, Keynote 5.2, and Numbers 2.2.
All updates introduce iCloud storage, which allows users to save documents on their iCloud account, which then can be retrieved on another Mac or iOS device. Documents can also be fetched from the iCloud website. The system is seamless, automatically saving work as it progresses and making it available on other devices with syncing or downloading.
Also new to all three apps is support for OS X Mountain Lion dictation. This enables voice to text input for anywhere keyboard input is permitted.
Lastly, all three apps feature graphics improvements Apple's MacBook Pro with Retina Display.
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