Apple makes iWork apps available to users without any Apple devices
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Apple is taking its iWork for iCloud apps multi-platform, turning it into a product accessible to internet users on any device, similar to Google Docs. Where previously to use Apple Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, you needed to own at least one Apple device, you’re now able to get an Apple ID and access the apps without needing your own Mac, iPhone, or iPad.
Users need an Apple ID before they can use word processor Pages, spreadsheet app Numbers, and Powerpoint-a-like Keynote. Those who do sign up to use iWork for iCloud apps get 1GB of free storage so they can save files in Apple’s apps and access them across different devices even if they only have access to Windows, Android, or Linux machines. For now, the option to use the apps only…