So far, Apple released iWork®productivity apps, Keynote, Pages and Numbers for iPhone and iPod touch, as well as iPad. Created for the Mac and then completely redesigned for iOS and Apple’s revolutionary Multi-Touch interface, Keynote, Pages and Numbers allow you to create and share stunning presentations, beautifully formatted documents and powerful spreadsheets on the go. iWork apps are available on the App Store for $9.99 each to new users and as a free update for existing iWork for iPad customers.
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Too often is it the case that raw numbers of available apps are bandied about when it comes to the comparison of mobile OS, but rarely do we have any idea of just how many people are working behind the scenes pushing out the content for each platform. However, AppStoreHQ have filled this void today with their dev directory, a list they claim to contain 55,000+ coders whose work is currently on show on the App Store or the Android Market. Taking it a step further, they have grouped them into neat piles of Apple, Google and ‘Gapple’ programmers. It’s obvious that single platform development is the norm, with Apple holding the bigger stake. But highlighted are some of the most well know and well funded apps dealing with both sides. However, an article from BNET points out the difficulties faced by smaller developer who may not be able to call apon the necessary resources required to transfer content from one platform to another.
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