iWork 9.0.5 Update Enables Sharing Presentations on iWork.com

The recent enhancements to iWork.com now allow users to present Keynote presentations directly through the platform, a much-anticipated feature. This update follows closely on the heels of yesterday’s iLife enhancements, and arrives just before the debut of the Mac App Store.

Apple has made this new functionality available for iWork 9.0 and later versions, which can be accessed via both a direct download and as an update.

The release notes detail several improvements and the usual bug fixes:

  • Enhanced support for Keynote presentations on iWork.com public beta, compatible with the latest Safari version, featuring over 15 animations and effects.

  • Updated support for Keynote Remote 1.2, now including high-resolution slides for Retina displays.

  • Resolved an issue in Keynote concerning the display of ruler numbers during shape adjustments or scrolling.

  • Fixed a problem related to exporting Keynote presentations to iTunes/iPod with iTunes 10 installed.

  • Enhanced readability of ePub documents exported from Pages.

  • Added new public sharing and private upload options for documents on iWork.com across Keynote, Pages, and Numbers.

Apple recommends this update for all users of iWork 9.0 and later. Those participating in the iWork.com beta are encouraged to explore these new sharing features and provide their feedback.

For a more comprehensive overview of this update and specific changes to individual applications, refer to the detailed iWork Update 5 knowledge base article provided by Apple.

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