“Apple has extensively improved its iWork mobile device, Mac and iWork in iCloud suites. We looked at Office for iPad yesterday,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld.

“Apple faced criticism when it introduced the current versions of iWork. In response, it promised frequent updates and feature additions. Since then, it has introduced three major and several minor updates,” Evans writes. “iWork is now a credible cross-platform productivity suite that meets the needs of most users while being increasingly compatible with Microsoft Office and better (and more secure) to use than Google Docs.”

“At the price (free) you’d be foolish not to install iWork on all your Apple devices,” Evans writes. “For many, iWork is the only productivity solution you’ll ever need, while for more serious users, iWork is becoming the perfect Office companion for productivity in a multi-platform, multi-device world.”

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