Apple has released updates for all three of its iWork apps - Pages, Numbers, and Keynote - on both OS X and iOS. The updates bring support for the new features in El Capitan and iOS 9.
For starters, all the OS X apps now have support for the Split View in El Capitan. There is now also support for Force Touch and you can Force click images on machines with the new Force Touch trackpad or Magic Trackpad 2. They have added support for documents created in '08 and '06 versions of their respective programs (only '08 in Numbers). Documents shared through these apps can now also be viewed in iOS and Android browsers. Other than that there are host of changes and additions unique to each app.
On iOS, all three apps have support for the new Slide Over and Split View modes on the new iPads running iOS 9. There's also support for 3D Touch on the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, along with other app specific additions.
All the iWork apps are free and can be downloaded or upgraded from the respective App Stores.
Agreed, the apple offerings are great but Microsoft does productivity software better, even Apple says it. And that's why Microsoft now optimizes its software for Apple.
I've got MS Office on my Mac. Although not perfect, it's still waaaay better than the Apple's software
My phone iPhone 6 iOS 9.3 when I update my iPhone from iOS 8.4 to iOS 9.3 some times it get hangs