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Apple adds new languages to iWork for iCloud, including Spanish, German, French & Chinese

Apple's Web-based iWork suite was updated Friday with new languages for Pages, Numbers and Keynote, expanding international support for the beta iCloud productivity apps.




Users logging into their iCloud account and opening the browser-based Pages app on Friday were informed that support for Simplified Chinese, Hebrew, French, Arabic, Brazilian Portuguese, German, and Japanese. Pages has also gained bidirectional support for Arabic and Hebrew.

In addition, Apple has said that Pages for iCloud now has more than 50 new fonts, including options for Arabic and Hebrew. The cloud-based word processor has also gained the ability to undo deletion of section breaks, rename a document in the editor, drag wedges from a pie chart, and move and resize chart legends.

Both Keynote and Numbers for iCloud, meanwhile, are now available in French, German, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, and Japanese. They also gains more than 50 new fonts.




With the November 2014 update, users of Keynote and Numbers can now show or hide the slide navigator, rename a document in the editor, drag wedges from a pie chart, and move and resize chart legends.

iWork for iCloud can be accessed through Safari 8 or later, Firefox 22 or later, or Google Chrome 28 or later on a Mac, while support is also available for Internet Explorer 10 on a Windows PC. Pages, Numbers and Keynote are all still in beta, and are accessible to anyone with a free iCloud account.