Microsoft Office for iPad

Microsoft released Office for iPad today, and the initial screens look very good. This adds to OneNote and OneDrive, which were already existing products. The apps are free, but you need an Office 365 subscription to use them. CNET has a good, initial review, along with screen captures.

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SwiftKey keyboard on your iPhone or iPad

Do you have an iPad or #iPhone but want the SwiftKey keyboard that’s on Android devices? Until now, the only way to get it is to jailbreak the phone. But iOS has a loophole: apps can have their own keyboards. Today, SwiftKey released a free note-taking app called SwiftKey Note

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