Is this beta for an iPad app? And when is this expected to go public. Ay info is appreciated, ThanksQuote:
Originally Posted by AlunReynolds
MS are not that clear. They talk about 365 working across platforms, because it is web based. However it certainly doesn't work with any browser I have on my iPad. The browsers do not recognise text areas as such. Hence the cannot be selected and the on screen keyboard does not pop up.Quote:
Originally Posted by iforsakenu
iWorks vs Docstogo depends on where the document originates.
If I am starting from scratch on the iPad, iWorks is great. Its not full featured enough to finish a complex document or work on complex formatting, but for getting them started or producing more mundane content iWorks is fine.
If the document came from MSOffice, iWorks will butcher anything but the most simplistic files. Docs2go handles them much better, at least for viewing. I don't use it for editing much, because I don't use their sync tools to maintain formatting fidelity after iPad edits to the files.
If I really need a full featured productivity suite, I use a PC package via pocketcloud.
Lol. Sorry to hear you wasted $10, never know though it may come in handy sooner or later (hopefully). When using keynote can u import video clips into the presentation? ThanksQuote:
Originally Posted by lukepast
I agree with USBill. iWork is an excellent value that promises to get even better when iOS 5 comes out to provide more seamless syncing.
I also agree that the iPad versions wil not do complex formatting, but for me that is ok.