- Using Dropbox for Word Editing on iPad (or, living without Quickoffice and using Pages)
- Google Drive for iPad adds rich-text editing for docs | TUAW
- Deleting all footnotes from Nisus Writer Pro – Easy!
- “Facebook IPO: Good for the Jews?” or anyone?
- From TUAW: Inkling to sell iPad textbooks in over 900 college bookstores
Category Archives: iOS
As I noted last week Google’s loving update of QuickofficeHD has removed the connectivity with Dropbox. (They did make the app free, but you are stuck with Google Drive as your only cloud option.) The problem is that I was too optimistic … Continue reading
This is very welcome news for many if it means you can, in fact, edit RTF files. It will probably be this weekend before I can play with it to offer a report. Google Drive for iPad adds rich-text … Continue reading
This is from TUAW and a useful chart it is. As I noted earlier this week, I do use text editors on the iPad, but mostly I use QOHD (which is not on this list since it is more than … Continue reading
As part of my workflow I use QuickOffice Pro HD in conjunction with DropBox. DropBox is a service that allows you to backup, access, and share documents and is free for the first 2 GB. I have a subscription and use … Continue reading
I do not have (and will not be getting any time soon) the new iPad. The iPad 2 works so well for me I cannot justify the expense, even with a research budget to cover it. I do hope to … Continue reading
So what does it mean that OS X no longer is “Mac OS X” and is now “inspired by the iPad”?1 If you are following all the chatter on shows like MacBreak Weekly and blogs like TUAW there are many … Continue reading
In this podcast we have a pair of interviews from SBL 2011. I met with the good folks at Accordance Bible Software and Olive Tree Bible Software, the two premier software applications for reading and annotating biblical and ancient texts … Continue reading