“The most pleasant surprise: the new version of Pages can open documents created in the ’06 and ’08 versions of the software, something that you previously couldn’t do,” Sellers writes. “This was a major flaw in the app, especially considering that, whatever you think of Microsoft’s Word, it maintains excellent backwards compatibility with older files.”
“Of course, if Apple really wanted to make its iWork apps successful, it would offer Windows (and Android?) versions,” Sellers writes. “That’s something for Tim Cook and company to consider.”
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MacDailyNews Take: What do you think about iWork for Windows? (Screw Android.) Would an iWork for Windows fly because people would be looking for compatibility with their iPhones and iPad or would it just be another Safari for Windows.