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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by Trinity111, Jun 17, 2011.
Looking for the best writing notes app
Best writing iPad app? Well it depends on what kind of writing you gonna be doing. If it invokes putting in lots of pictures, graphs, etc...then I would probably go with Pages. The downside of pages is no dropbox integration and a little bit of lag when you type. I tried quick office and while it has the same features as pages it also has dropbox integration and superior file system organization. The downside of quick office is that it lags even more than Pages to the point that you have to wait for the text to show up after you type. NOW if you just a quick note taking app then I would go with Notability, it is cheap, very responsive, it can also add in pictures and allows you to draw simple diagrams and best of all it does not lag. Good luck with your search.
One of our members carried out a survey of Office apps for his company; you can see his conclusions in this thread...
The Apple iWorks Office suite for the iPad has a set of useful Help pages that show their capabilities here...
Pages is Word compatible and can read .doc and .docx files and save in .doc and .pdf
Keynote is PowerPoint compatible and can read .ppt and .pptx files and save in .ppt and .pdf
Numbers is Excel compatible and can read .xls and .xlsx files and save in .xls and .pdf