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3 Best Office Apps for iPad

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Seek for some of the best office apps for iPad? Then look no further. Albert Brown who is a lover of Apple products working at newvoucher.co.uk has been using several apps for documents, forms and more wants to give his comments and recommendations.

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Pages

Pages designed exclusively for iPad has a word processor enabling you to edit your words, polish your resume and create documents. Use the onscreen keyboard to write documents, Media Browser to add images and interactive column and charts to beautify your words and enrich your data.

iCloud allows you to edit your documents from a PC browser, save your documents with any changes you have made or share any documents by using a link. Pages also provides you an easy way to share your work such as exporting your work in PDF, printing with AirPrint, copying documents to apps and more.

Numbers

Numbers lets you create powerful spreadsheets. With a calculation engine, reorder rows and resize tables, easy access to the keyboard adding dates and texts, newly designed interface and coaching tips, Numbers makes you get started quickly. If you have the intention to create beautiful spreadsheets, Numbers can fulfill your needs.

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By placing your tables and texts on canvas, updating them with various styles, inserting photos and videos wherever you need and creating a form to enter data can you get the documents you need.

Keynote

Keynote is a wonderful app used for presentation. Create stunning presentations by arranging the things on your slides, using a variety of text styles to make your personalised slides, adding the photos and videos you need, editing the pixel and removing the image backgrounds with the use of Instant Alpha.

To make cinema-quality animations, simply use cinematic slide transitions, new slide transitions or new text animations. Keynote also offers you advanced presentation controls and other tools so that you are able to present your works to your audience.

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