Work is Apple’s answer to the Microsoft Office suite of programs, only for Mac computers and iOS devices. It consists of Pages (like Word), Numbers (like Excel) and Keynote (like Powerpoint). Some prefer the look and feel of these apps, especially if working across multiple Apple devices.

Apple recently made all iWork programs free to download for ALL Mac and iPhone/iPad users (previously you had to have bought a device recently). Handily, iWork programs can access files created in Office programs, and you can save iWork files to work vice versa.

If you’ve a newer machine you might find they’re already installed. If not, you can download them via the links below or by searching the Mac or iOS App Store.

You’ll need to be running macOS Sierra on your Mac, or iOS 10 on your iPhone/iPad, to install them. These are free to upgrade to (though some older machines may not be compatible).

Pages, Numbers and Keynote are the best ways to create amazing work. Templates and design tools make it easy to get started. You can even add illustrations and notations using Apple Pencil on your iPad. And with real‑time collaboration, your team can work together, whether they’re on Mac, iPad or iPhone, or using a PC.

 

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