(In Part 2 of this series we looked at Apple's entry into the productivity software world. Pages, Numbers, and Keynote are fantastic tools for getting beautiful work done on your iPad. But what if Apple's solution seems a little disconnected from YOUR world? What if you use Google Docs and you can't seem to get your documents into and out of your iPad so you can edit them on the fly? Buck up, friends. This is your answer…)
Editing In the Cloud with iWork Alternatives
It's time to face reality, friends. Apple isn't exactly known for its open-minded approach to computing. Where Apple is concerned, it's either Apple's way or it's no way. (Considering that my Apple stock is sky high compared to when I bought it and Microsoft's is stuck in 1st gear, I guess I shouldn't complain too much.)
You want to use that beautiful Mac Operating System, OS/X?
Buy a Mac.
You want to edit your movies with that gorgeously simplistic software called iMovie?
Buy a Mac.
(Well, now there's iMovie on the iPad, but let's not quibble.)
You want to store your documents in "The Cloud" so you can download them, edit them, and the re-upload them no matter where you are in the world?