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Smith Fimar
Apr 2, 2013, 08:31 PM
More and more business and productivity tools been created, and more and more company are using / will use iPad as the standard device for work.

As the people working on IT, I am using following for work
1. Gmail
2. Splashtop 2 - remote control PC
3. Grafio - Very good diagram drawing tool
4. Bluepring - iOS app prototype and demo
5. Pages / KeyNote
6. QuickPlan - Easy to use project plan tool
7. iA Writer - text editor
8. DocScan HD - scan to PDF
9. PS Express - Photo / image tool
10. Reeder - RSS to subscribe blogs for technical
11. Dropbox, box.net, Skydriver - cloud storage
12. Mindjet / iThoughHD - mind mapping

What tools do you want to share ?



ScottNWDW
Apr 2, 2013, 08:55 PM
I use the following:

Pages
Numbers
KeyNote
OmniFocus
Pocket Informant
Evernote
QuickPlan
Bento
DayOne
Hours Tracker
Meeting Minutes

I am also looking at ToDo Pro.

jojoba
Apr 2, 2013, 10:47 PM
OmniFocus (task management)
Evernote and Simplenote (note taking)
Bookends (PDF management)
Office Time (tracking hours on different projects)
Text Expander
iAnnnotate/GoodReader (marking up PDFs)
Url2PDF (converting web pages to PDF)
IA Writer
Omnioutliner and CloudOutliner (outlining)
IThoughtsHD (mind mapping)
7NotesHD (hand writing to text conversion)
PTyper
FeedlerPro
Pages and Keynote

Abazigal
Apr 3, 2013, 07:18 AM
Here's what I primarily use as an elementary school teacher.

Pages
Keynote (for presentations to staff/students)
Numbers (tracking forms/assignments/misc admin stuff)
Educreations (a whiteboard app which I use to record screencasts and write on; mirrored to smartboard via airserver app on macbook) I have a few other education apps but they don't get used as often.
Default mail app
Skitch (annotating on photos)
Evernote (currently using it as a to-do list and notes-replacement to capture all my thoughts and workplans)
Dropbox (stores all my digitised teaching materials and doubles as a file manager)
Goodreader / Notability (Goodreader is better at sorting out pdfs, but notability is better for annotating hand-written notes)
Google Drive - for viewing and editing shared google docs
Jasmine (for showing youtube videos; Youtube for ipad is just too slow and laggy, and doesn't support background airplay).
Socrative (easily create and administer quizzes and polls)

A splattering of other apps, which don't get used that often. :)

Wow, didn't realise I relied on so many apps for my teaching! :eek:

smithydan
Apr 3, 2013, 10:13 AM
All work related as I only use the laptop to do the graphic designing part of things.

Online
Dropbox

Drawing/Sketching(Bamboo & Gosmart stylus)
Sketchbook
Adobe Ideas
Penultimate(scratchbook)

Notes/Writing and Text editing
Noteshelf
iWriter - clean, small and nice text editor(better than iAWriter, Elements and Byword)
Cloudon

File Management
Documents by Readdle
Fileapp pro - Locked files

Task management(still fiddling between the two)
Calendars+
Planner Plus

Other
NatGeo Atlas
Dictionary
Jumbo Calculator
Myscript Calculator

Smith Fimar
Apr 6, 2013, 07:10 AM
Is there good app to create organization chart of a company or a team? - I did not find.

If to design an app for organization chart, what features do you want to ?

ChristianJapan
Apr 6, 2013, 07:17 AM
We use Polaris Office instead of iWorks at work. Still waiting for MS to deliver something for iPad (will never happen it seems).
GoodReader,
Adobe PDF,
WebEX,
In house development
Safari based apps
IThoughtHD for mind mapping (love that one)


Our security guidelines render the iPad into a boaring tool. Nothing like Dropbox, Evernote, iCloud etc.