Don't-Miss Business mobility Stories
Most iOS users will find Type on PDF and Type on PDF Pro to be missing easy-to-use features available in other apps. But both versions of the PDF creation app offer capabilities that could serve businesses well.
This mobile productivity tool succeeds where so many rival apps fail by recognizing the realities of the workplace -- that few of us work alone and that not every task needs to be performed on an iPhone.
The ZAGGfolio keyboard case has the best-feeling keyboard I've tried in a slim and durable iPad folio case.
The ClamCase provides all-around protection for your iPad while making it feel and work like a laptop.
If you're a business traveler whose road show hinges heavily on PowerPoint presentations, this app -- which translates PowerPoint files into an iPad-friendly format -- is a must-have.
Connecting to public Wi-Fi networks can be risky. Cloak gives you the benefits of a virtual private network (VPN) without the usual setup, configuration, and activation hassles.
When you use this iPad-based text and code editor, you may actually forget you're working on a tablet. Textastic may lack the scope of a desktop programming tool, but it makes the best of the space it has, along with great nuance that coders will appreciate.
This Gmail and Google Apps client for the iPad offers an elegant standalone interface to Google’s offerings. It's certainly worth a try if you use Google's tools.
Anybody who uses their iPad to jot down notes will appreciate the mobile version of this note-taking application.
This app for creating interactive meeting agendas shows some promise, but it needs better formatting tools and features that make published agendas available to a broader range of meeting attendees.
Simplicity and ease of use make this reminder app stand out as an effective time management app for the iPhone and iPod touch.
This iPad offering stands out among calendar apps because its power lies in its flexibility and in the level of detail it allows for.
We review the latest mobile versions of iWork, which now run on all iOS device. And we include links to other mobile office productivity suites that will run on your iPhone or iPad.
Depending on the complexity of your spreadsheet needs, Numbers' newfound compatibility with the iPhone and iPod touch may fit the bill, though it's a bit of a tight fit on those devices' smaller screens. Still, the other features in Numbers make the app worth considering if you want to work with spreadsheets on the go.
The mobile version of Apple's presentation app continues to improve on the iPad, but you'll struggle to use it on the iPhone's smaller screen.