Best of the Best
Apple's iWork suite for iOS includes these three powerful apps:
Keynote ($9.99, app2.me/2481);
Pages ($9.99, app2.me/2412);
Numbers ($9.99, app2.me/2480). Covering presentations, word processing, and spreadsheet creation, these three apps are your essential productivity companions.
From notes to ideas to snapshots to recordings, put it all into Evernote and watch as it instantly synchronizes from your iPhone to your Mac or Windows desktop.
3. Awesome Note
Track your daily schedules and customize your folders with colors, icons, fonts and backgrounds. Integrate and manage your life with Awesome Note.
Best Cloud Storage
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Dropbox syncs files across all your devices, and lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos everywhere with an offline viewing feature.
Get access to all of your files, photos, and music anytime, anywhere. You can download files or folders for offline viewing and edit documents from any device.
Made for iPad
1. Wunderlist HD
This free cloud-sync task manager lets you organize your to-do lists on the go and synchronize them. Also features the ability to prioritize, filter notes, assign due dates, and more.
The top-selling handwriting app for the iPad. Take notes using your own handwriting and store them in different notebooks, organized by topic, project, or category.
3. Ghostwriter Notes
This app all you to take notes by writing with your finger. You can also collect and store information easily. It features unlimited virtual notebooks, along with easy Dropbox and Evernote integration.
Best to do List
1. Awesome Note
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Features multiple reminder alerts, drag and drop sorting, printing, and task sharing via email. Syncs with Todo Online, Dropbox, iCal, and others. ICloud support is coming soon.
This app is a powerful task and note manager. You can use it as a stand-alone note-taker and list organizer, or sync with toodledo.com. Tons of features give you plenty of options for customizing.
The amount of time saved (per order) by the kitchen staff at DeSantos, a high-scale restaurant in New York, when the restaurant's wait staff adopted iPads for taking and sending orders to the kitchen from the customer's table.