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Apple updates Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS 14, iPadOS 14

Apple had updated Pages, Keynote, and Numbers for iOS 14 and iPadOS 14, adding Scribble support. PadOS 14 brings Scribble to iPad with Apple Pencil, allowing users to write in any text field — where it will automatically be converted to typed text.

Here’s Apple’s release notes for each app:

Pages:

  • Use Scribble to write by hand with Apple Pencil, and your words will automatically convert to text. Requires iPadOS 14

  • Select from new report templates to help you get started.

  • Enhance your documents with a variety of new, editable shapes.

  • Easily find pictures and videos using new zoom and search capabilities in the redesigned image

Keynote

  • Use Scribble to write by hand with Apple Pencil, and your words will automatically convert to text. Requires iPadOS 14

  • Use the new Outline View to focus on the structure and flow of your content without other distractions.

  • Play YouTube and Vimeo videos right in your presentations.

  • Movie export now supports a wide selection of formats and frame rates.

  • Hold the option key while dragging an object to duplicate it.

  • Easily find pictures and videos using new zoom and search capabilities in the redesigned image picker. Requires iOS 14 or iPadOS 14.

  • Enhance your presentations with a variety of new, editable shapes.

Numbers

  • Use Scribble to write by hand with ‌Apple Pencil‌, and your words will automatically convert to text. Requires ‌iPadOS 14‌.

  • Forms are now easier to create and customize. Add a form to any table or use the new Basic Form template.

  • Improved performance when working with large tables.

  • Easily find pictures and videos using new zoom and search capabilities in the redesigned image picker. Requires ‌iOS 14‌ or ‌iPadOS 14‌.

  • Enhance your spreadsheets with a variety of new, editable shapes.

You can download the apps at Apple’s App Store.

Dennis Sellers
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Dennis Sellers is the editor/publisher of Apple World Today. He’s been an “Apple journalist” since 1995 (starting with the first big Apple news site, MacCentral). He loves to read, run, play sports, and watch movies.