With the release of iOS 5 comes a slew of upgrades to nearly every single Official Apple App (say that one 10x fast). Everything from the Apple Remote down to iWorks has received some sort of upgrade, easing users into the new integration in time with the launch of Apple’s new operating system.

Among the popular enhancements are obvious bug fixes and additional performance improvements, while some updates lean heavily on iCloud integration, allowing you to store all of your media in the official Apple cloud — be sure to check out our full iCloud explanation here.

Below, you’ll find a rundown of what updates have hit the store in time with the new iOS bump, along with a few links to our iOS 5 coverage elsewhere on The Next Web.

Remote (Version 2.2)

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  • Provides compatibility with iOS 5
  • Provides additional stability and performance improvements

iMovie (Version 1.22)

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This update addresses minor issues and expands support for videos imported from external cameras.

Pages (Version 1.5)

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  • Automatically store your documents in iCloud and keep them up to date across all your iOS devices.
  • Download your documents to a Mac or PC at icloud.com/iwork as Pages ’09, Word, or PDF files.
  • Drag and drop Pages ’09, Word, or plain text documents to icloud.com from your Mac or PC to have them automatically appear on your iOS devices.
  • Use your voice to create and edit Pages documents with dictation in iOS 5 on your iPhone 4S.
  • Create footnotes and endnotes in your documents.
  • View improved word counts with character, paragraph, and page counts.
  • Improved compatibility with Microsoft Word and Pages ’09.
  • Includes improved support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language input.

Keynote (Version 1.5)

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  • Automatically store your presentations in iCloud and keep them up to date across all your iOS devices.
  • Download your presentations to a Mac or PC at icloud.com/iwork as Keynote ’09, PowerPoint, or PDF files.
  • Drag and drop Keynote ’09 or PowerPoint presentations to icloud.com from your Mac or PC to have them automatically appear on your iOS devices.
  • Use AirPlay to present wirelessly via Apple TV. Navigate slides, view presenter notes, and use the laser pointer while presenting from your iOS device.
  • New builds and transitions including Anvil, Blinds, Color Panes, Comet, Confetti, Diffuse, and Sparkle.
  • Advanced presentation controls including looped slideshows and autoplay.
  • Support for slide-to-slide hyperlinks.
  • Improved compatibility with Microsoft PowerPoint and Keynote ’09.
  • Includes improved support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language input.

Numbers (Version 1.5)

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  • Automatically store your spreadsheets in iCloud and keep them up to date across all your iOS devices.
  • Download your spreadsheets to a Mac or PC at icloud.com/iwork as Numbers ’09, Excel, or PDF files.
  • Drag and drop Numbers ’09, Excel, or CSV files to icloud.com from your Mac or PC to have them automatically appear on your iOS devices.
  • Use sliders, steppers, and pop-ups to easily enter data and explore results.
  • Use Merge Cells to format your tables.
  • Hide and show rows and columns.
  • Improved compatibility with Microsoft Excel and Numbers ’09.
  • Includes improved support for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean language input.

Aperture has also received a rather large update fixing a wealth of annoyances that may have previously driven users a bit batty. Then don’t forget to check out our complete review of the new updates, nearly 15,000 words of pure Apple iOS 5 goodness.

Want to catch up with everything iOS 5 that we’ve written about today? You can do so here.