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Sugar Roll:  Cute, Colorful Platformer for all ages

Gone Free! Sugar Roll!

 
Vivid Effection: Create something beautiful and meaningful with this video and photo app of art

Gone Free! Vivid Effection

 
Fish Out Of Water: From HalfBrick, Skip these daredevil fish across the ocean

Gone Free! Fish out of Water!

 

iPad Apps For Work Archives - App Saga [ 12 ]

iWork Productivity Apps go Universal, Available for iPhone now

Those still confined to the smaller screen-space of an iPhone can now enjoy all the benefits of having the iWork suite on an iOS device. Apple has slipped their productivity software into the iPhone App Store, as the previously iPad-exclusive software have received an update making it universal. I guess this is good and bad…(Read the full article)

IPad Now Compatible With Desktop Version of Google Docs

While many of us just enjoy playing games, writing emails, and flipping through pictures on our iPads, there are a group of people out there who use them to get real work done. And those people have another tool now. Awhile ago, Google made it possible to edit documents from your iOS devices. This meant…(Read the full article)

Choosing the Best iPad Office Productivity App

[Update, February 2012 -- This review has been updated to reflect the current state of each app, including any changes, additions, or deletions to each app since July 2010.] iWork vs QuickOffice vs Docs To Go vs Office2 For most iPad users who want to make their device into a productivity machine, one of the…(Read the full article)

Office2 HD Review: Limited, Flawed

 
 
 
 
 

Office2 HD for iPad has been widely noted as the first cloud-friendly productivity option for the iPad. As such, its often the first to come up in conversations about productivity apps or office solutions. Its reputation is bigger than it is, however. As far as productivity apps go, Office2 is only a mediocre app that…(Read the full article)

Documents to Go Premium Review: Rough Around the Edges

 
 
 
 
 

In the realm of iPad productivity apps, Documents to Go by DataViz was one of the first to hit the App Store. It’s one that I have heard a lot about and more than once I’ve heard recommendations from an online friend or downloaded tech podcast. Perhaps it was because of all the positive recommendations…(Read the full article)