We're not going so far as to call it a Google Docs killer, but those iWork updates announced back at the iPad event the other month certainly make Apple's productivity tools a fair bit more appealing (particularly when coupled with those returning features, naturally). Those who've tooled around with the iCloud interface have likely noticed a few of the highlighted upgrades have thus far been missing from the proceedings - namely a number of collaborative tools. iWork for iCloud is still carrying a beta label, but as of today is the happy recipient of a number of key changes, including a collaborator list, collaborator cursor and animation (so you can see what your colleagues are working on) and the ability to jump to collaborators. Also added in the update are the abilities to print docs, presentations and spreadsheets in the Tools menu and organize documents in a folder.
iWork for iCloud update brings those collaborative tools we've been waiting for
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