Don't-Miss Productivity software Stories
Microsoft's productivity suite for the Apple iPad fixes its most embarrassing shortcoming.
This week's roundup of apps includes ways to buy coffee, plant your garden, plan your tasks, and call a cab. Oh, and everybody's favorite web-slinger makes an appearance, too.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says Microsoft lost business by not bringing Office to the iPad earlier.
Marketcircle has released version 5 of its Daylite CRM application for Mac desktops and iOS devices
Yep, a lot of folks are using Apache OpenOffice -- despite the fact that many Linux distros now default to LibreOffice.
Microsoft now has a cheaper Office 365 subscription plan for those who only want to use the office suite on a single computer and tablet.
This week's roundup of iOS apps features two new apps for editing and sharing your photos. Plus updates to some of our favorite productivity apps and a chance to live in M.C. Escher's universe.
Mail-alternative has been a hit on iOS, now it's coming to OS X.
The Office for iPad team went on Reddit for an Ask Me Anything (AMA) session, and spilled the beans on everything from the next version of Office for OS X to Clippy's Mac alter ego.
One week later and Office for iPad is still on top of the iTunes charts with more than 12 million downloads.
This week's updates to iWork significantly bolster the suite's AppleScript capabilities, which automation expert Ben Waldie says is a great thing for users.
We get new versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for all three platforms, with a focus on improved Office compatibility and better collaboration tools.
While the software itself has been well received, the lack of a printing function is a notable shortcoming.