How do you sync iPad with your day to day work

Discussion in 'iPad' started by rahul247rocks, Jun 20, 2012.

  1. rahul247rocks macrumors member

    rahul247rocks

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    I wanna know how you sync your apps, what cloud service you use apart from iCloud, what apps you use. I mean hw do you structure it all. You can be in any profession. Pretty interested in your replies.
     
  2. palpatine macrumors 68040

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    Dropbox for current projects (Elements, iAnnotate, VoodooPad, and a bunch of other things have folders in my account). Evernote is used for completed projects, notes, web-clippings, and just about anything else. Handwriting apps "open in" Evernote to save notes as PDFs. That kind of stuff.
     
  3. jojoba macrumors 68000

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    Like above, mainly Dropbox and to lesser extent, Evernote.
     
  4. seeharrison macrumors regular

    seeharrison

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    I used Dropbox (file syncing), OneNote (note syncing) and RoboForm (password syncing). Between the three I have pretty much everything I need.
     
  5. stales33 macrumors newbie

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    Dropbox

    Just like everyone else I use dropbox. I used to use evernote at times but have dropped off that bandwagon. I think evernote will become less and less used once you can sync notes over iCloud without having the @me email address. I also use Good Reader for certain things and Sign my pad, which is good if you have clients that ever need to sign anything.
     
  6. ixodes macrumors 601

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    My iPad is largely an entertainment device for casual web surfing.

    That said I do use Evernote to capture notes.

    It's the perfection solution for me.

    iPads are great fun.
     
  7. Don Kosak macrumors 6502a

    Don Kosak

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    Dropbox, I end up using it a lot.

    The fact that you can "star" things to keep access to them when you're offline is a great feature, makes it great for travel.

    I use iCloud to some extent with Pages, Numbers, and Keynote. They work very well.

    There are some reference materials I clip to Evernote as well. Premium accounts let you store entire notebooks offline, which is handy when traveling.

    Goodreader is also really useful.

    I do ~a lot~ of work on my iPad. It has basically replaced my laptop for all of my mobile computing.
     

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