Pages 2.0 is a definite improvement over its predecessor, offering all the features you need to make great-looking documents on your iPad or iPhone,.
Apple closes the chapter on the old Pages. The new version is a major rewrite of the app that goes in a completely new direction.
Full and simple file- and feature-compatibility across three separate platforms? What's not to like?
It has its limitations, but Tap Forms 1.5 has useful tools for a personal database.
This basic flatfile database application that offers 22 templates and 14 different field data options for handling a variety of data types.
The new online versions of Apple's productivity-suite apps are surprisingly robust. In fact, they're good enough that you may sometimes forget you're using a Web app. Jeffery Battersby has our hands-on preview.
Good news: Microsoft finally released an iPhone app for Office. Bad news: It's not the kind of app we were hoping for.
If you're looking for a real alternative to Quicken on your iPad, try iBank for iPad.
Microsoft's new iOS app does let you open and edit Office documents from your iPhone. But it doesn't let you do much with them.
PDF Editor Pro 3's OCR and text editing features are appealing, but they fall short.
If you need to display and update data on a regular basis with a minimum of difficulty, it's unlikely that you'll find anything better at handling that task than Status Board.
Articles by Jeffery Battersby