iWork allows you to edit documents in real time through the browser # WWDC2013
Tim Cook introduced at WWDC 2013 the huge growth figures iCloud, the cloud service from Apple, which already reached 300 million accounts, becoming “the cloud service that has grown fastest in history” said Cook, who said that Facebook took five years to reach that number of users.
In the event showed the new iWork for iCloud, that is, the version for browsers Cupertino office suite (and its answer to Google Docs), where you can open Pages, Numbers, and Keynote in the browser in real time and edit documents a WYSIWYG (“what you see is what you get” with respect to an interface where you edit on the bottom of the document).
The service will also open Microsoft Office documents and is available as a beta for developers, while the end of this year will be available to all users, and can be used not only in Safari, but also from Internet Explorer and Chrome.
Link: WWDC 2013 in SlashGearTags: Apple, icloud, iWork, WWDC, WWDC 2013