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Create gorgeous documents in minutes with the all-new Pages for Mac word processor — featuring a stunning new design, new writing tools, and improved performance. Start with an Apple-designed template or create your own design using fonts, styles, and tools from the intelligent Format Panel. Easily add images, movies, charts, and more. And use change tracking, comments, and highlights to review your work.
With iCloud, your documents are kept up to date across all your devices. You can instantly share a document using just a link, giving others the latest version and the ability to edit it directly with Pages for iCloud beta from www.icloud.com using a Mac or PC browser. And with a new unified file format across Mac, iOS, and web, your documents are consistently beautiful everywhere you open them.
Whatever you write, Pages puts powerful tools at your fingertips. So you can create great-looking, media-rich documents in minutes.
Get started quickly
• Choose from over 60 Apple-designed templates to instantly create beautiful reports, resumes, cards, and posters
• Simplified toolbar gives you quick access to shapes, media, tables, charts, and sharing options
• The new Format Panel automatically updates based on selection
• Import and edit Microsoft Word documents and plain text files
• Turn on Coaching Tips for guided in-app help
Create beautiful documents
• Format your document with gorgeous styles, fonts, and textures
• Easily update and reorder styles using the new Format Panel
• Use auto-text wrap to flow text around images
• Create and view impressive 2D, 3D, and interactive charts
• Insert iLife photos, music, and video with the Media Browser
• Use powerful graphics tools including Instant Alpha and masking
• Use gorgeous preset styles to make your text, tables, shapes, and images look beautiful
• Edit down to the pixel with the ruler, alignment guides, and powerful graphics tools
• A new unified file format on Mac, iOS, and the web makes documents work seamlessly across platforms
Advanced writing tools
• Turn on change tracking to mark up a document as you edit it
• Use comments and highlights to share ideas and feedback with others
• Show and hide change tracking and comments on mouse-over
• Create footnotes and endnotes and view word counts with character, paragraph, and page counts
• Automatic list making and spell checking
• Seamless integration with MathType* and EndNote* for inserting equations and citations
• Advanced typography features including smart quotes and ligatures
• Easy setup for headers, footers, and document body
• Turn on iCloud so your documents are automatically available on your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and iCloud.com
• Access and edit your documents from a Mac or PC browser at www.icloud.com with Pages for iCloud beta
• Pages automatically saves your documents as you make changes
Share your work
• Use AirDrop to send your document to anyone nearby
• Quickly and easily share a link to your work via Mail, Messages, Twitter, or Facebook
• Anyone with the shared document link will always have access to the latest version of the document and can edit it with you at iCloud.com
• Export your document in ePub, Microsoft Word, and PDF format
• Print wirelessly with AirPrint, including page range selection, number of copies, and two-sided printing
* MathType and EndNote both sold separately. EndNote integration requires plug-in available from Pages support link.
Some features may require Internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.
Pages does not include support for some Chinese, Japanese, or Korean (CJK) text input features such as vertical text.
Pages for iCloud beta is currently available in English only.
What's New in Version 5.5.3
This update contains stability improvements and bug fixes.
Pages is simply the finest word processor/page layout app going
It always puzzles me why some people dislike Pages. It’s the simplest, easiest, fastest, most reliable, most complete & versatile word processor & page layout app there is. I’ve tried them all, from Nissus to InDesign & everything in between. Admittedly, the previous version was rather slow, but the current version in Yosemite has been streamlined & optimized & is blazing fast. It does literally everything & does it with the simplest, best-designed user interface around.
Most of the the complaints seem to center around the Cloud. The Cloud is a pain in the neck, period. First of all, do you really feel comfortable storing your data on someone else’s server in god-knows-where, especially today when there is no such thing as internet security? I don’t. Sooner or later some hacker from China or Russia or North Korea will hack into that system & your files will be stolen (if they haven’t already), along with your personal info, etc. If they can penetrate the Pentagon, major Wall St. banks & the stock exchange, they can penetrate anything. Digital security or privacy is a myth and always has been.
For a mere $20, Pages is the best thing going. I use it for everything because it always works. Q.E.D.
Lovely app, though lacking in many power-user features
Pages feels like a great iOS app running in a Mac environment. For this reason, I think, it strikes many users — including me — as elegant and powerful, while striking others as dumbed-down and lacking in advanced features, especially compared with traditional power tools like MS Word. I think it probably meets the needs of a large majority of users — especially those who value the ability to create and work with documents across a range of devices. But clearly it’s not for everyone. And ironically it seems to be longtime users of Pages ’09 and earlier versions who are most grievously disappointed.
Speaking only for myself, I find the new Pages to be a real pleasure to use — something I cannot say for any word processing app since WriteNow back in the 90s. The real test, for me, is whether I actually get writing done, and I finished a novel in Pages over the past winter, so I am a very satisfied user. For people like me, at least, this is a 5-star app.
PLEASE!!! bring back the grab thumbnail copy/paste/move option in Pages!
I put off using the new pages (I’d been using ’09 because of the horror stories I’d heard), but figured I’d better get used to it because one day ’09 won’t be supported and I didn’t want to be caught in the situation of having to learn the new pages without a fallback plan. Well, it’s s l o w l y growing on me, but I want to know why Apple decided to remove the good things in ’09? Currently, my biggest complaint is the inability to copy multiple thumbnails in a document and either move them or just copy them to move to a new document. I can’t even copy one thumbnail to start a new document! I have to highlight the parts on the document, copy and paste, hoping the formatting doesn’t get screwed up. And I have a lot of formatting! I used that feature All. The. Time!!
Frankly, I’ve never found the iPad version of pages and numbers to be user friendly (lack of fonts and formatting), and the idea of trying to make the pc version compatible with the iPad version was a bad idea, if you’re taking away capabilities. It should have worked the other way-improve the iPad to match my MacBook Pro.
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: Apr 21, 2015
- Version: 5.5.3
- Size: 295 MB
- Languages: English, Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Vietnamese
- Seller: Apple Inc.
- © 2005-2015 Apple Inc.
Compatibility: OS X 10.10 or later