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Apple is again reminding iWork.com users that it will shut down its 2009 document-sharing portal at the end of the month in order to get people to move to iCloud.
In unifying its online services around iCloud, Apple reminds its users that it will be shuttering its other online services by July 31.
iCloud claims the scalp of iWork.com, as Apple is shutting down the site. Anything you have there will be lost forever.
If you have used Apple's iWork.com service to store documents, be sure to save them before July.
Apple has released an update to its iWork productivity suite that fixes a number of small bugs and also implements more features of Apple's iWork.com service.
Apple's iWork.com online service has been updated, giving users the ability to view shared Keynote presentations. Users can also post uploaded documents to their Web sites.
Apple has updated it's document viewing and sharing Web site, iwork.com (currently in beta), to include an iPad- and iPhone-friendly mobile site and extra sharing features to enhance compatibility with the iWork suite for iPad.
iWork users who want to sync documents using iCloud currently are only able to do so by using the iCloud Web site. We are going to show you a method that allows you to upload documents in Finder on OS X.
Apple today announced iWork.com -- a central location to share documents created in iWork on the Mac -- alongside a brand new version of iWork itself
Along with Apple's latest iWork suite, the company also offers an online collaboration service "iWork.com" where you have 1GB of storage space to share files with anyone via the Web or e-mail. However, when iWork users try to access files with windows ma