Apple has updated the iWork suite of apps for both, iOS and Mac, adding iCloud syncing capabilities, enabling document syncing across iOS devices and Macs.
The update is right in time for the launch of OS X Mountain Lion, which places an added emphasis on iCloud syncing.
The release notes for the iWork iOS apps:
Keynote/Numbers/Pages 1.6.1 works with iCloud to make presentations automatically available between your iOS device and Keynote on your Mac*. Changes made to a presentation on one device are instantly available on the other.
*Requires Keynote 5.2 or later installed on OS X Mountain Lion
For iWork on Mac, the release notes:
This update adds support for OS X Mountain Lion and takes advantage of the following features:
• iCloud: Store documents in iCloud and keep them automatically up to date across your Mac, iPad*, iPhone*, iPod touch*, and the web. Changes made to a document on one device automatically appear on all your other devices.
• Dictation: Speak words, numbers, or sentences and watch them appear in your document.
Keynote/Numbers/Pages 4.2 is also enhanced to take advantage of the Retina display on the new MacBook Pro so documents appear sharper and more vibrant.
*Requires Keynote/Numbers/Pages 1.6.1 or later installed on iOS device.
iWork for iOS is available on the iOS App Store, as three separate apps, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, each costing $10, available as a free upgrade to existing users.
iWork for Mac is similarly available as three separate apps, Keynote, Pages, Numbers, on the Mac App Store, costing $20 and available as a free upgrade to existing users. It is also available via Software Update to users who’ve purchased iWork directly from Apple, not through the Mac App Store.