iWork hits iPhone and iPod touch

Productivity suite finally lands on Apple blower

iWork trailed for iPhone well over a year ago.

Apple's iWork apps have finally landed for the iPhone and iPod touch, over a year since they were first mooted for the company's smaller iOS devices. Keynote, Pages and Numbers are now all sittng pretty in the App Store, costing 5.99 each. These latest versions are also available as a free upgrade to iWork for iPad users.

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Each app works seamlessly with iWork for Mac and Microsoft Office, letting workaholics import and export docs, as well as being able to use specially designed templates. There's also support for Apple's ace AirPrint feature, although you'll need a pricey, compatible printer to make that particular feature work.

Pages, Keynote and Numbers have all been optimised for the small screen, with smart zooming features and full screen mode for checking out the final doc before sending it on to colleagues.

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