Apple today updated its suite of iWork apps, introducing new features for Pages, Numbers, and Keynote on iOS and Mac devices. These are minor updates from version 12.1, and each app has received a few new features, as listed below.

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The Keynote apps for Mac, iPhone, and iPad include an option to add subtle movement and visual interest to presentations with dynamic backgrounds that move as you move from slide to slide.

There are new animated themes that feature dynamic backgrounds, and there’s an option to skip or cancel all slides in a collapsed group.

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Figures for ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPad‌ and Mac received the fewest updates, with Apple improving performance when inserting rows and columns into large tables.

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Pages for ‌iPhone‌, ‌iPad‌, and Mac get a new feature that lets you use mail merge to create personalized letters, cards, and envelopes for multiple recipients, plus new templates for event invitations and certificates . Pages documents can also now be exported as TXT files.

iWork apps for iOS and Mac are available for free on the App Store and Mac App Store.

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