iPad as Writing Device
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The iPad really works as a text creation device. In plain words, that means that you can write on the puppy. In fact, when coupled with an external keyboard, it’s a great platform for writing.
I’ve written an evaluation of my two favorite writing apps and their use on the iPad, and it’s posted here.
[This review was for the iPad 1 not long after its release; word processors have been updated and new ones introduced, but I would not change my preferences in the linked review even now on my iPad 3.]
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