Just a week before the WWDC, the pre WWDC gifts have started landing. Apple has just made the iWork suite of applications – Pages, Numbers and Keynote universal. They now work with the iPhone and iPod Touch too in addition to the iPad which was the first device to get iWork.
Apple’s iWork applications can be purchased from the App Store at $9.99 each. For those users who already own a copy of any of the apps on their iPads, a free update has been issued. The latest update at version 1.4 makes the three apps universal.
Apart from universal device support, Apple has also added a few other enhancements such as a new document manager to organize iWork files, Smart Zoom for enhanced viewing and editing. Keynote adds support for Keynote Remote App to control presentation from another iOS device.