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18 February 2022

Apple's Word Processor: What is Pages?

One of the core tasks that office software is designed to make easier is word processing. On the computer, a lot revolves around text and its design: writing letters, designing forms, making lists, designing flyers, publishing memos and the like. Who Microsoft […]
15 February 2022

Apple's presentation program: What is Keynote?

At school, at university, at work or for the photo slide show at the wedding party: presentation programs can be used anywhere. The best-known software is probably Microsoft PowerPoint. However, Apple offers a free equivalent […]
1 December 2020

GIF from presentation or video: Instructions for Apple Keynote

In the iWork app “Keynote”, which you can download free of charge from the App Store on the Apple Mac, you can export inserted content and slides of a presentation as GIF. Even videos that you add on a slide [...]
13 July 2020

Pages, Numbers and Keynote: Start the week with updated iWork apps

At the end of last week, Apple updated three of its iWork apps: Pages, Numbers and Keynote. There were adjustments not only to the macOS versions for the Mac, but also to the iOS and iPadOS versions for [...]
29 March 2019

Sir Apfelot newsreel, week 13 2019

The last Friday in March as well as winter time this year goes on. An extensive Sir Apfelot newsreel should of course not be missing. Today I present you Apple and tech news that I received in [...]
24 January 2017
TitanPad Alternative 2017 2018 Dropbox Paper, Google Paper, Apple Pages, Numbers, Keynote, iWork via iCloud, Google Drive

(Updated) Alternatives to Etherpad and TitanPad: Apple Pages, Google Docs, Dropbox Paper and Co

TitanPad, like Etherpad, is (has been) a very nice web tool to edit documents together with others; simultaneously, with comments and locally independent. Since TitanPad announced in November 2016 that the service would be tight [...]