Developer: Apple

Current Version: 10.2

Last Updated: 1 month ago

Download Size: 242.6 MB - Download


Create gorgeous documents in minutes with the Pages for Mac word processor. Start with an Apple-designed template to instantly create gorgeous reports, digital books, resumes, posters and more. Or use a blank document and create your own design. Easily add images, movies, audio, charts and shapes. And use comments, change tracking, and highlights to review your work.

With iCloud built in, your documents are kept up to date across all your devices. And with real-time collaboration, your team will be able to work together at the same time on a Mac, iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch — even on a PC.

Collaborate with others at the same time
• With real-time collaboration, your whole team can work together on a document at the same time
• Collaboration is built right in to Pages on the Mac, iPad, iPhone and iPod touch. PC users can collaborate too 
• Share your document publicly or with specific people
• You can easily see who’s currently in the document with you
• View other people’s cursors to follow their edits
• Available on documents stored in iCloud or in Box

Get started quickly
• Choose from over 70 Apple-designed templates to instantly create beautiful reports, digital books, resumes, cards, posters and more
• Get quick access to shapes, media, tables, charts, and sharing options
• Import and edit Microsoft Word and text files

Create beautiful documents
• Format your document with gorgeous styles, fonts, and textures
• Enhance your document with a library of over 700 editable shapes
• Easily add images, video, and audio
• Add an image gallery to view a collection of photos on the same page
• Create interactive EPUB books that can be shared with others or published to Apple Books for download or purchase

Advanced tools
• Use the table of contents view to easily navigate your document or book
• Add comments and join threaded conversations
• Turn on change tracking to mark up a document as you edit it
• Add bookmarks to easily link from one part of your document to another
• View pages side by side as you work
• Turn on facing pages to format your document as two-page spreads
• Create master pages to keep the design consistent across your page layout document
• Add linked text boxes so text easily flows from one place to another
• Create footnotes and endnotes and view word counts
• Use powerful graphics tools including Instant Alpha and masking
• Add elegant mathematical equations using LaTeX or MathML notation
• Seamless integration with MathType* and EndNote* for inserting equations and citations

• Turn on iCloud so your documents are automatically available on your Mac, iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, and
• Access and edit your documents from a Mac or PC browser at with Pages for iCloud
• Pages automatically saves your documents as you make changes

Share a copy of 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
• 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 a plug-in available from Pages support link.
Some features may require Internet access; additional fees and terms may apply.


Release Notes:

• Select from new report templates to help you get started.
• Enhance your documents with a variety of new, editable shapes.


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 5.2
Review by Thalesian

Great for almost everything - I get told all the time by folks that if you want to be serious about documents, you have to use Microsoft Word. Typically, the (very serious) folks who tell me this have not been published. As someone who regularly uses Pages on Mac, iPad, and even iPhone to write and prepare scientific papers for publication, it is fine. I have had no problem exporting documents as either .doc or .docx for final versions of manuscripts to be published in journals like PLoS One. I can quickly import images from ArcGIS or R to add figure captions. Table creation is a breeze. Pages is a great tool, and document syncing makes my life a lot easier. I can jot down some new ideas and paragraphs on my iPad while on a plane, and then continue with a manuscript from my Mac at an office or at home. In short, if your primary needs for a word editor are a place to write and format text, or to add comments or track changes, Pages is fine. About the only limitation I’ve found is the Table of Contents (speficially, having multiples of these). But that is honestly the only setback I have had in the past 4 years of using Pages to prepare manuscripts for publication.

Found helpful by 80 out of 105 people
Version 5.5.3
Review by madman420

Apple needs to pull their head out - Apple software quality has gone downhill way too far. I’ve been a loyal Apple user for 30 years (yes, even when Apple sucked worse than now), but I’m finally considering ditching anything and everything I own that has that silly little apple icon on it, because it has become a symbol for frustration, poor quality, and inconsistency (things “just not working”). Just read all of the other one-star reviews if you want to know my feeling about this version of the Pages app. Apple has stopped listening to its customers, though. They don’t care about our needs—they only care about the most effective ways to pull cash out of our wallets without us noticing, because they refuse to provide the value for which we’d willingly pay. How dare you destroy the previous purchases of Pages ’09 by disabling it and replacing it with a crippled version? Apple should be sued! Customers didn’t give you permission to delete any software for which they’ve paid, or to remove features after payment. Apple doesn’t care about creatives anymore—they want consumers only!! They figure that companies like Adobe will provide all creative software necessary for Apple’s creative developers. Unfortunately, it means that Apple has abandoned us.

Found helpful by 146 out of 166 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 10.2
Review by ScottByrns

Forced updates prevent you from working. - I left microsoft products for the forced updates and forced application focus steeling and popup alerts steeling focus. Now apple forces updates, steels focus, and forces popups over you work. I no longer have a reason to use these products. This was the straw that broke the camels back, I'm going linux full time, I'm exhausted by abusive engineering that puts usability last.

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
Version 10.2
Review by Qiudesiyu

Bad at working with graphs, change to Libre - When grabing graphs or screenshots into the documents, not very convenient to freely determine where to put some words, also, when hitting enter sometimes the screnshots or graphs can move to some random places in the documents which is ridiculous. Basically, I don't think I will keep using pages unless the bugs get fixed. Move to the Libre Office for now.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
Version 10.2
Review by Dislike!!

its ok - i like this app but it doesnt have all the templates that i grew to like on word but other than that i guess its ok

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 10.2
Review by MDRSI

search in Arabic - In Arabic language there is no different betweeb "ذهب" and "ذَهَبَ". The second letter contains sound characters and the first one does not. So when We search a letter We need to find both of them even if we didnt write sound characters, I mean the search has to dismiss sound characters. Pages app does not dismiss them. so serach is useless in Arabic.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people
Version 10.2
Review by NeilMike

PAGES is Elegance - I've been a Pages user since forever. It left Word by the wayside long ago, and I went with Pages. I was a Word user when MS created it for Jobs, but over time MS turned it into a Dog— kludgy and hard to find the simplest actions. Moreover, I can publish right in Pages. In the old days I went through the learning and using process for a half dozen publishing applications, and Pages made them all look overly complex and hard to learn and use. Let's hope Apple continues to respect what they have in Pages and keeps it simple and elegant to use.

Found helpful by 0 out of 0 people