This is a discussion on apps within the New Member Introductions - Site Assistance forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Hi everyone
I'm new to this forum and certainly has afew burning questions to ask.
1) Any recommendations for "Microsoft office" apps including reading PDF? ...
10-28-2010 12:27 AM
1.) You could try documents to go for microsoft apps. it would allow you to create and edit. All apps should be downloaded from the itunes app store only. unless you are jb.
for viewing files goodreader is the best at 0.99$.
2.) have'nt heard of any anti virus for ipad. dont think it's needed though.
3.) external harddisk cant be use with Ipad. camera connector kit only allows transfer of pics. and no other files.
4.) Ipad already has preinstalled app like ipod, and videoplayer. it can play both your mp3's and mp4's. Or you could download VLC app for free.
Hope that helps a bit.
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thanks for your lovely response.......
Regards to the microsoft office apps, which one can I use, Iworks, Openoffice.org or something else.......btw how much it cost? is it yearly or one time only?
I'm referring as in, using it with edit,rename and the rest of the full functions in excel, words & powerpoint? Any of the above have the full function as well? How about PDF? please advice..........
Last edited by Snowwhite; 10-28-2010 at 08:56 AM.
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Iphone 4 - coming Mar 2011
Documents to Go ($16.99) would be my personal choice for MS Office. While it has the ability to read PDF, I like GoodReader ($0.99) for PDFs. The iWorks suite will end up costing $30 ($10 for each app.)
There is not a yearly cost involved, only a one time fee when getting from the App Store.
Openoffice.org is not compatible with the iPad.
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