learning iPad, beginner on iPad, getting apps from app store, learning safari on iPad
Starting my BYOD. is a series about the learning curve of taking personal tech to work, referred to as BYOD.
Plerudulier uses a different set of software than I do to move from his desktop to the iPad and on the job.
Often the free app does what I want. If not, then I usually go to the website using Safari. Most of the time the web version has a richer set of features than the app. For instance Twitter works better for me on Safari than via the app.
Or, I have two free apps. Google Maps and TeleNav for instance. Recently, when Maps couldn’t find my destination, TeleNav did very well. Guided me where I wanted to go, on time.
And he solved a problem I never had — by using Dropbox.
I use Numbers, Pages and Keynote on my iPad and Office 2010 on the desktops. Email links between the machines. ( This may not work for Office 2003. He noted that in a comment on his site.) Most of the time I use Evernote as a backup between all my machines.