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The iPad is as good as any device to work in the cloud, especially the 4G LTE models. If you are already using cloud services or wish to to do, these 5 apps are a good place to start.
The Evernote cloud-based note-taking service is very popular and one of the most used cloud services for me. Recent changes to the Evernote app on the iPad left a lot to be desired in the interface department.
Clever HD is an app that works with the user's Evernote cloud storage and puts a simple, clean interface for working with it. There's an editor for creating text notes, an audio utility for recording audio notes, and complete features for working with Evernote notebooks.
One of the most useful features of Clever HD for me is the ability to create a shortcut to an Evernote note for inclusion in another note.
If you are like me you aren't just dabbling in the cloud, you are firmly entrenched in it. That means using multiple cloud services like Gmail, Dropbox, Google Drive, Twitter, Facebook, and.. well you get the picture.
Having so much information spread around multiple services complicates the ability to search through it all for the nugget of information you need.
That's where CloudMagic steps in and it is extremely useful. Once you allow the app to access your cloud services you can search for any keyword or phrase across all of them at once. As demonstrated in the screen image above, the app handles most popular cloud services including Twitter.
Now you can find anything in your information with one simple search.