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Apple on Tuesday updated its iWork productivity suite for iOS and OS X. The iOS versions of Pages, Numbers, Keynote received improved import and export functionality, while the OS X update adds cross support for the new iOS releases.
Version 1.7 of Pages for iOS has been updated to add improved compatibility with Microsoft Word and the OS X version of Pages.
Additional changes include:
Changes to Numbers for iOS include:
Apple also added increased compatibility for Microsoft’s PowerPoint slideshow format to the iOS version of Keynote.
Keynote updates include:
Apple has also published iWork update 9.3 for OS X on its website. For customers who have purchased individual applications within the suite, the company recommends using the Mac App Store to update. Based on the release notes from Apple, the only addition to the latest versions of Pages, Keynote and Numbers for OS X is support for the 1.7 versions of their respective iOS apps.
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So here’s an epic Path easter egg that we bet you didn’t know about. If you sign up with a new account, using a different email address, and attach your Facebook, Instagram and Foursquare accounts, all of your status updates, photos, check-ins and tips will be pulled into Path.
I told you it was epic.
Make sure you have the latest version of the app, go to settings and log out. Go through the signup flow, but remember to use a different email address. This means that you have to build your Path graph all over again, but it might be worth it for this. We can only assume this will become available to current users at some point.
Here’s the flow:
And there you have it, sit back and let Path do its importing magic:
For those of you who really never got into Path, now’s the time to give it a real shot with some of your existing data. For completely new users, this is a delightful addition, since starting with nothing can be rough. In essence, this is onboarding gold.
What do you think about this feature, does it change how you feel about Path? Tell us in the comments!