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Office Apps

  • CloudOn
    Runs the full version of MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint 2010 in the cloud. Must have a Dropbox account and internet access to use. Great if you need to work on footnotes. Should have backup word processor app for when you do not have internet access.
  • DocumentsToGo
    Edit, View and Create MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint Documents. View PDFs. Works with Google Docs.
  • OfficeSuite Pro
    View, Create, Edit, Print, and Share MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents. Syncs with Dropbox, Google Docs, Box and SugarSync.
  • Quickoffice Pro HD
    Office Suite that allows you to create and edit MS Office files from Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Syncs to MobileMe, Dropbox, Google® Docs,, Huddle, SugarSync, Evernote, and Catch.

Note taking

You can use the built in Notes program or whatever word processor app that you download, but sometimes you want something different for notes.  These are just a few of the options.

  • Evernote
    Award-winning app that allows you to create and organize text, photo, and audio notes. OCR available for photos. Integrates with many other apps.
  • Springpad
    Notebook system that can add materials via text, audio, photo or bar code. Notebooks can be private or public.


Many office suites are also PDF readers.

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