Packed with new features for non-Office 365 subscribers, Microsoft's updates to its Office apps for iPhone and iPad are highly welcomed, but device limitations reach a peak.
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The iPad Air 2's performance enhancements will appeal to those who run graphically demanding apps, although Apple's quest for thinness comes at the cost of reduced battery capacity. Last year's iPad Air remains a good option, but the Air 2 will be the power user's choice.
Before you sync your iCloud or reinstall your apps, you need to lock down your iPhone or iPad. Here are seven important tweaks (and more) you can set to bolster your privacy.
Apple is allowing third-party keyboards for the first time in iOS 8 and Swype, SwiftKey, Fleksy and TouchPal will be releasing the first 'iconless' apps for the iPhone and iPad today.
Microsoft has rolled out touch-first versions of its Dynamics NAV ERP apps for iPad, Android and Windows 8 devices.
Microsoft Office for iPad users now have the option to subscribe to Office 365 monthly and from inside Word, Excel or PowerPoint.
Docs, Sheets and Slides are now available for the iPhone and iPad, making Google's full suite of productivity apps accessible on all of its major platforms.
While its easy to see how wi-fi, Bluetooth and screen brightness to rival a supernova can stress the iPhone or iPad's battery, there are hidden battery destroyers present on all iOS devices – apps.
Say hello to PDF sharing, picture tools and custom font support in Word for iPad versions 1.1. Excel and PowerPoint for iPad also received new features in version 1.1. Here's what you need to know.
The highly anticipated Word, Excel and PowerPoint apps for iOS were released on March 27 and are enjoying stratospheric popularity. But how much of it is pent-up demand?
What are some of the best apps on the market to keep your iPhone and iPad safe, secure, and able to be located?
Microsoft is making the Web versions of its Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote apps available to users through the Chrome Web Store.
Readers may have given the ZDNet Great Debate to the 'yawn' vote, but the fact that Office for iPad apps are flying off the shelves suggests that Microsoft has indeed captured the imaginations of increasingly mobile users. Whether it can keep them, is the big question.
Surprise, surprise — Microsoft's Office apps are a hit on the iPad.
More and more large software vendors (like Microsoft and Intuit) are making their iPad apps exclusive to subscribers of their SaaS offerings. I don't like subscription software and it's a troubling trend.
The iPad world is abuzz with the official release of Office for iPad. The apps are free but limited unless you have an Office subscription. Microsoft is giving subscriptions away to some iPad owners in a promotion.
It took four years, but Microsoft has finally released full-featured Office apps for the iPad. As expected, the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps are free to install but require an Office 365 subscription to unlock the full set of features. Here's what you can expect.
Apple's iPad has arguably become the ultimate ebook reading platform, with several prominent reader apps that are now supported on the device. Here's the lowdown so you can make the best choices in which ebook app software to use on your iPad.
Who needs Office for iPad with these good alternatives currently available.
After a long day, how can you use your iPad to take five minutes and relax?
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