eWEEK Labs has published their list of “The Most Important Products of 2007” which includes Apple’s iWork ’08.
“Earlier this year, Apple unveiled iWork ’08—a full-fledged office productivity suite—and reinvigorated the market with distinctive new features that demonstrated that following Office is not the only way forward. The suite’s first-ever spreadsheet application got our vote with its intelligent tables feature, which allows for multiple formats on a single spreadsheet. And its Charts [sic] spreadsheet app and Keynote presentation app score high for providing robust yet easy-to-use features. Finally, the Pages app is now a full-fledged word processing application with a separate mode for layout,” Tiffany Maleshefski writes for eWeek.
Full article here.
While it’s nice to see Apple’s iWork ’08 on eWeek’s list, it is patently ridiculous to not include Apple’s iPhone on any list billing itself as “The Most Important Products of 2007.”
That said, do you really need Microsoft Office? Give Apple’s free 30-day iWork ’08 trial a try and find out for yourself.