“As such, you’re still going to like the app/platform combinations you liked before, and you’ll still stay away from the ones you didn’t like before,” van Beijnum writes. “Apple did bring back some features that were excised from the initial iWork ’13 release over the course of the year, but it doesn’t look like it’s full steam ahead on that revisionary front.”
van Beijnum writes, “For Keynote and Numbers that’s fine: Keynote remains best in its class while Numbers has no such pretensions but serves users with modest needs well. Pages, on the other hand, leaves too wide a gap between vision and execution.”
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