From travel planning to document editing using Microsoft Office tools to time tracking to getting a good night's sleep, IOS application designers have contributed a lot more for 2014. Here are a few...
Catnip for business execs on the go, it provides a free, cloud-based version of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint on your iPad. The file is automatically synced with your computer’s Dropbox folder and looks like you have got a desktop app on the move.
Not all of us have Siri but Dragon Dictation app does a remarkable job of understanding what you say and accurately transcribe it into text.
The latest iOS 5 lets you add a reminders/to-do app to its mobile devices leaving something to be desired. While iPad design development NYC makes it easy for you to quickly create and customize a reminder, you can even reschedule it or share it via email among friends.
For frequent business travellers, the app integrates with TripIt and your iOS calendar; pinpoint a plane’s current location as well as the weather.
HootSuite for Twitter
Designed for iPad users, HootSuite provides you need one easy-to-use dashboard app to manage all your social channels on the go. The best part is its Scheduled updates feature that enables you to write posts on the weekend and automatically send them during the week.
Want to create visually compelling presentations? Apple app development NYC offers Keyword app that includes 12 presentation theme templates to get you started. It acts as a remote control for a Keynote presentation on your iPad over a Wi-Fi or Bluetooth connection.
Magellan RoadMate USA
There’s no such thing as a perfect GPS device or app for those who are a travel-freak. If you are so, definitely you shall love RoadMate USA. Its turn-by-turn, voice-guided directions are mostly accurate while displaying highway interchange signs.
Are there any other accessible business apps for iPad? Share your thoughts under comments.