When it comes to productivity, Apple’s iOS ecosystem is chocked full of apps to help you get things done. It may not have the full Microsoft Office Suite, but there are many other apps that make it possible for you to access and edit your Word, Excel or PowerPoint documents just as easily as if you were on a Windows phone or tablet.
Plus, Office is overrated anyway. The App Store has hundreds of productivity apps that will make your working life easy. In the App Store right now, Apple has made a list of top productivity apps. We’ve narrowed their list down to our 10 favorite apps for creating, editing, and sharing documents on the go…
Whether you are sitting in the classroom and listening to a lecture on sixteenth century literature, or meeting with your team for a brainstorming session at work, there is no better way to take notes than with this multipurpose app. You can create documents, mark up PDFs, record lectures, tag files, organize notes and save all of your notes in iCloud for easy access anywhere. This app is available for $2.99.
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With this file-sharing app you can see your Office documents, read and annotate PDF files, search keywords in documents and edit Text files. You can also view photos, watch movies offline, and listen to music. If you are working on documents with a coworker, partner or friend, share files in Dropbox, Google Drive, and more. This app is available for free
Documents To Go
Even though there are hundreds of productivity apps that work just as good as Microsoft’s popular Office Suite (some may even say better than), there are still thousands of people who rely on the program in their daily life. If you really can’t give up that ghost, Documents To Go makes it possible to view, edit, and create Word and Excel files from your iPhone or iPad. You can also view PowerPoint, PDF, and RTF files. You’ll even be able to download the free desktop application for two-way file syncing with your Mac or PC using local Wi-Fi.This app is available for $9.99.