If you are always on the move, and you need to work in all sorts of places, you probably are already an iPad owner, just waiting for the latest iPad 3. Along with the desire to own the latest iPad, you would have made some study on the apps that would be useful to you.
The wireless access is growing fast and several companies are looking forward to taking advantage of the 3G and future 4G networks. Apple is one among those in the foremost and all their products, both hardware and software, are geared up to use the Wi-Fi and 3G for synchronizing the work that you do on the move, with the Macs back at the office or the home.
For those on the move, a mobile office could be one of the first apps that come to attention. Quickoffice Pro HD works on both the iPad as well as the regular Mac, and can seamlessly switch from one to the other. This neat package features the text processor, spreadsheet and presentation in one bundle, so you do not have to buy separate apps. Quickoffice uses industry-standard formats and is compatible with iCloud.
For viewing different documents, separate apps are commonly used. However, if you were keen on getting one document reader to read a majority of different types of documents, then GoodReader for the iPad would be a good choice. It can open almost all types of documents, including pdfs, images, video, audio, iWork files and so many more.
It sometimes happens that after you have left home, you realize that an important email that you should have sent before leaving has not been sent. However, if you have left your home Mac on, then LogMeIn is your friend. Using this app, you can log into your home Mac through your iPad and complete your pending task.
Many a time, you may have to scribble some notes in a hurry. Use Penultimate and your finger or a stylus on your iPad. You can draw directly using the Penultimate’s beautifully rendered pages.
These are some of the most useful apps for people on the move. Hope you find them useful as well and are able to increase your productivity.