Apple releases iWork, iPhoto, Safari, Aperture, iMovie updates

Apple releases iWork, iPhoto, Safari updates

Apple has released updates to iWork, iPhoto and Safari, each offering compatibility with Mountain Lion, which shipped today (our review).

The iWork suite (Pages, Keynote and Numbers) now offers iCloud & Retina MacBook Pro support. iCloud support will let users begin working on one device, stop and then resume on another compatible Mac or iOS device. With iCloud, changes are synced across all devices automatically.

Click to grab the latest Pages, Keynote and Numbers. Note that these apps are still labeled as "'09."

iPhoto 9.3.2, available today, lets users share photos via Messages and Twitter. Finally, Safari 6 has a unified search field/address bar, much like Google's Chrome. You'll also find support for Reading List offline, iCloud tabs and compliance with Do Not Track.

There's more! Apple has also issued iMovie 9.0.7, which, according to Apple,

  1. Fixes an issue related to third-party QuickTime components that could cause iMovie to quit unexpectedly.

  2. Resolves stability issues when previewing MPEG-2 video clips in the Camera Import window

  3. Fixes an issue where audio was not included when importing MPEG-2 video clips from a camera

Finally, Aperture 3.3.2 includes compatibility with Mountain Lion plus:

  1. Addresses issues that could affect performance when entering and exiting Full Screen mode

  2. Auto White Balance can now correct color using Skin Tone mode, even when Faces is disabled

  3. Projects and albums in the Library Inspector can now be sorted by date in addition to name and kind

  4. Performance and stability improvements

Go get 'em.