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  • Last update: 4 years ago
  • Version: 3.0.5
  • Size: 443 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
  • Author: Apple
  • Content rating: Rated 4+
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Pages Description

Are you looking for an app which customizes and manages your word documents? If yes, Pages is what you need to learn about. The app is amongst the featured iOS apps for your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.

The Pages app lets you edit your word document, insert images, shapes and clip arts and save it on the built-in iCloud server.

Download the app on your smartphone if you want to simplify your work with documents.


Pages iOS app helps in creating fully customized word document which you can store in the iCloud server. The upgraded versions are also available for PC users.


You will have to purchase the iOS app to get started on your smartphone. Also, for add-on features, you will have to pay extra money.


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  • 6
    Also: Since Apple “submits” your “review” for you when you even touch the stars, I am guessing that many of the 5-star “reviews” are, like one I apparently just submitted, mistakes! 1 star. I would give a zero if I could. I used to love Pages, despite some of its slowness and etc. But now I hate it. The 8 steps it takes to name a document (now only available as “Rename,” and requiring, literally, 8 steps, including immediately closing the document you just opened) make my workflow impossible. As a writer, I use Pages for poetry and drafts and often want and need multiple documents open at once. To have every document “named” “for” me as Blank x is not only absurd, it’s a complete time waster —and the fact that I can’t quickly name/rename a doc from within the doc is worse. Also, the new views are ugly — the whole thing is just a mess. How could anyone design a word-processing program so that naming your documents is a massive interruption in workflow? How could anyone design a word-processing program where all of your documents have essentially the same exact name automatically applied to them, forcing you to completely interrupt your workflow to rename them so that you will have a chance at knowing what they are later .... when previously, you could tell what it was .... it’s as if whoever designed this update (3 and beyond) never used the program.
  • s
    *UPDATE* 11/16/17 - Now all my files that were in Pages are GONE! They’ve somehow been deleted, don’t know where they’ve ended up and some of the files were confidential. Awesome job, Apple. *ORIGINAL REVIEW* App freezes now and documents won’t open. You click on files and it just hangs & does nothing. Newest Pages version 3.3.1 & newest iOS version 11.1.1 on an iPhone 7. The app at this point is essentially useless, and I desperately need to open/view/edit docs with it on this specific device, so right now I’m screwed. Also, the newest UI is something awful. Hard to navigate, control and find things that used to be very simple. iOS 11 (as a whole) and the version of Pages that was re-vamped to be compatible, has been an absolute nightmare. Completely ruined and it seems like nothing is being done. Look at the reviews; I’m far from the only person who is experiencing major flaws. What are you doing, Apple? What exactly is your vision for iOS 11 and the apps to go with it? Nothing has been seamless, good or IMO, improved at all. Feels like we’ve gone backwards.
  • R
    This app was decent on iOS 10, but for whatever reason apple made some more up changes to the app that have taken a few steps backward. As of now (11/20/2017) on iOS 11 the app is designed to incorporate the files app. I preferred the old look. That wouldn’t too much of a big deal, except now the app doesn’t properly sort files by date. It simply fails. I other words, if I edit a document, the folder that contains the document should float to the top as the most recently edited document, but the app no longer does this properly like it used it. It simply doesn’t work. I’ve been waiting for Apple to fix this issue. I do not think that Apple believes that new features need to come at the expense of older ones. I would rather use the older app on iOS 10. I’m having the same problem on Pages for Mac.

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