Apple updates Keynote, Numbers for iPad

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Pages for iPad isn’t the only iWork app to get a major update today. Apple also released Numbers 1.1 and Keynote 1.1 for iPad, both with support for new languages and a handful of new features and fixes.

Numbers 1.1 for iPad gained an enhanced back/front slider in the Arrange panel, as well as improvements to importing Numbers ’09 documents from a Mac, chart font size and table pasting issues, updating formulas when dragging and dropping cells, and apply new styles to tables.

Keynote 1.1 for iPad also got that new back/front slider, as well as an option to show additional alignment guides at smaller intervals for the nitpicky presentation designer in us all. This Keynote for iPad update also includes fixes for importing Keynote ’09 presentations from a Mac, importing Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, chart font size issues, and table coloring issues in landscape mode.

Both Numbers and Keynote gained the same localizations as Pages 1.1 for iPad. They now support French, German, Japanese, Dutch, Italian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, and Spanish.

Numbers 1.1 and Keynote 1.1 for iPad are free upgrades for existing owners. They require iPhone OS 3.2 and are available now in the App Store. If you haven’t sprung for either yet, they’ll run you $10 apiece.

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