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Microsoft Releases Finished Versions Of Office For Android

20 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

In early 2014, Microsoft released their Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications for the iPad. Launching their Office suite on platforms other than Windows was something that they had seemed reluctant to do for many years, and so the release of Office on iOS was a pivotal moment for the company. Show More Summary

Microsoft Completes Its "Office Everywhere" Vision With Outlook For iOS And Android

Two months after acquiring Acompli, the company is using that startup's app as the basis for new mobile versions of Outlook. By now, it's no longer news that Microsoft Office is available for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices, in versions...Show More Summary

Microsoft releases new Outlook app for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has released a new Outlook app for iPhone and iPad, completing the full Office experience on iOS. This new app is a fully featured email client, worth downloading if you use the desktop version and enjoy utilizing Microsoft Office products. Show More Summary

Dropbox CloudOn Purchase Another Move In Evolving Enterprise Straetgy

When Dropbox announced it had bought CloudOn earlier today, a tool for editing Microsoft Office documents on your iPad, it represented another step in Dropbox’s attempt to become more friendly to the enterprise. Dropbox announced a partnership...Show More Summary

Office apps for iPhone and iPad now support VoiceOver for reading and editing

Microsoft has updated the Office apps for the iPhone and iPad, specifically Word, Excel and PowerPoint, to version 1.5. This update will allow users to read and edit documents in all three apps using the VoiceOver feature in iOS. This...Show More Summary

iPhone Home Button That Transforms Into Gaming Joystick Shown in Apple Patent Application

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office today published an Apple patent application revealing the company's interest in an iPhone or iPad home button that transitions form its normal functionality into a small joystick for gaming (via Patently...Show More Summary

Evernote's new app turns your iPhone and iPad into a scanner

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

You likely already have a favorite scanner app if you regularly deal with documents outside the office. But in case you haven't found The One yet, there's one more contender to consider: Evernote's Scannable app for iOS. The company first announced i...

Flush This Toilet Shaped Speaker Down the Drain

Still need a white elephant gift? You’re in luck—nothing finer than a half-formed toilet joke to liven up the office party. The—ahem—Fashion Innovative Portable Closestool Bluetooth Toilet Speaker, Work for Apple iPhone, iPad, Samsung,...Show More Summary

Foursquare’s iPad app is now available in the app store

Foursquare’s iPad app is finally here, in the App Store, the company announced today. A week and a half ago, the company’s chief revenue officer Steven Rosenblatt announced that the company would soon release an iPad app for Foursquare (not Swarm), its service for discovering and looking up places. The app is pretty similar to […]

148Apps 2014 Holiday Shopping Guide for Power Users

2 months agoMobile / Mobile Apps : 148Apps

If you’re looking for something for the heavy iOS users on your list to make their trips easier, help out at the office, or even just keep their iPad running for a few more hours, check out our list for some ideas. The post 148Apps 2014 Holiday Shopping Guide for Power Users appeared first on 148Apps.

Papers, Please was originally refused by Apple for pornographic content

Papers, Please, Lucas Pope's 2013 indie standout about an immigration officer just trying to provide for his family, makes its debut on iPad tomorrow. However, the version available on the App Store will be slightly different than the...Show More Summary

PDF Office for iPad lets you create flexible, fillable PDF documents

PDF Office is a new application that lets you create and edit PDF documents on your iPad. You can also download and add documents from iCloud Drive, Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive. You can use PDF Office to create a fillable PDF, making things like surveys, contracts, and time sheets. Show More Summary

Readdle’s PDF Office for iPad turns images into editable forms

Creating and editing PDFs on an iPad isn’t as tricky as it once was thanks to apps like PDF Pen, but productivity app maker Readdle reckons it’s made it even easier. Its latest app, PDF Office for iPad, lets you scan an image of a document and turn it into an editable form with text boxes. Show More Summary

Foursquare to launch new iPad app soon

At the Mashable Media Summit, Foursquare chief revenue officer Steven Rosenblatt announced that the company will finally be releasing its self-titled app for the iPad. Rosenblatt says that this would allow users to plan their dining and travel experiences while browsing on the iPad from their couches. Show More Summary

Foursquare is finally coming to the iPad

It took a while, but Foursquare is finally arriving on the iPad after years of sticking to its smaller sibling. The company will finally release its Foursquare (not Swarm) app for the iPad, Foursquare chief revenue officer Steven Rosenblatt said earlier today at Mashable’s Media Summit. The app will arrive within a few weeks, he said. […]

FBI Seizes Los Angeles Schools’ iPad Documents

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The U.S. attorney’s office subpoenaed the Los Angeles Unified School District for records pertaining to its $1 billion iPad project as part of a federal grand jury probe. A copy of the subpoena released Tuesday requests all documents related to proposals for the district’s cornerstone technology initiative, which has been plagued…

LA schools kill plan to buy 550,000 more iPads from Apple as FBI raids district offices

The Los Angeles Unified School District officially shelved a $1.3 billion program to buy an iPad for every student on the same day the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation raided its offices. The decision is a blow to Apple, which had hoped at one point the massive contract would be catalyst for its efforts to […]

FBI raids LAUSD offices for iPad project records

The seizure of 20 boxes of documents suggests the feds are investigating the contracts for iPads pushed by ex-Supt. John Deasy and approved by the Board of Education.

Office cleaning and management via an iPad

Q wants to make life easier for office managers with an app that helps them organize cleaners and track their supplies.

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