Whether you need to send a fax, receive a fax, or even have your own fax number, your iPhone and iPad is the only machine you need.
Put your John Hancock on that PDF.
Adonit's first app lets you sketch, iterate, outline, mind-map, and then step back and see the big picture, just like a wall or a whiteboard.
Do Notes, Do Camera, and Do Button offer one-tap access to your favorite IFTTT recipes.
Take advantage of Office's hidden powers to get some serious work done on your iPad.
If This, Then That is an extremely handy service that can streamline all kinds of tasks. These seven killer recipes can get you started.
With multiple viewing angles, backlit keys, and built-in speakers, the BrydgeAir bridges the gap between an iPad Air 2 and a MacBook Air.
Got a video in your Dropbox or other cloud storage that iOS can't play? CloudConvert to the rescue, no Mac required.
Services like Cloud Phone, ZipZap, and Line2 let you manage a second business line on the device you're already using.
The Workflow app brings a lot of automation power to your iOS device. Jason Cipriani offers up 10 of his favorite workflows.
The only problem is how the Keys-to-Go doesn't always want to stay put.
Armed with these apps, your trusty iPad just might become your go-to computer.
With your trusty iPad and a few well-chosen accessories, you can leave your laptop at home without sacrificing mobile productivity.
Our favorite way to track all your incoming shipments is now a full-fledged Mac app that effortlessly syncs to iOS.
Articles by Jason Cipriani