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When it comes to photo editors, Photoshop from Adobe is the king of them all. Photoshop Express brings a light version of the app to the iPad.
Common editing tools are easily accessed in Photoshop Express by sliding fingers up/down and lieft/right on the iPad screen. There are also effects that can be applied to photos with a simple tap.
Photoshop Express works directly with locally stored photos on the iPad and also with images stored in iCloud in Photo Stream.
The iPad may not have Microsoft Office as does the Surface tablet but the Office2 HD app makes up for the ommission. It is a full office suite that works with cloud services to directly access documents remotely.
There is a good word processor, spreadsheet, presentation, and PDF editor incorporated in the app. It works with most popular cloud storage solutions to give instant access to your work.
Google may be the creator of Android but the iPad app for accessing the Google+ service is first-rate. The app displays the user's news feed in a graphical magazine-like layout that makes working with the service a joy.
All functions of Google+ are possible in the iPad app, including Google Hangouts, including video chats