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Have you recently bought an iPad and you want to take your new gadget to everywhere.
Here are five things you can do to turn your iPad into a legitimate work device:
1. Get a Bluetooth keyboard.
The touch screen is a great option, but if you’re planning on doing real work, you need the convenience of a real keyboard. A full size Apple keyboard is available for $69, or you can purchase a smaller version that doubles as an iPad cover for $99.
2. Install GoToMyPC.
The first step is to install the GoToMyPC software ($19.95 per month) onto your Mac or PC. Then you can download the free app for iPad and log in using the username and password you created on the desktop version. This will help you to access the contents of your desktop from anywhere.
3. Download iWork for iPad.
The iWork suite, each sold separately ($9.99) as Pages, Numbers and Keynote, is Apple’s software equivalent of Microsoft Office. Apple’s office apps can be accessed via iCloud, foregoing the need for external syncing services such asDropBox.
4. Google Drive and Note-taking apps.
If you don’t need a full Office-type suite, the Google Drive app is a one-stop shop for all your photos, videos, and documents. If you want the ability to take notes, Evernote lets you bookmark and clip text, images, audio, and video. GoodReader ($4.99) lets you read large-file PDFs and sync them with your Google Docs.
5. Specialty Business Apps.
Depending on your line of work, you may need to access shareable scheduling documents or track your expenses.
Smartsheet app for iPad accompanies the popular web-based collaboration software, allowing you to access all your task management documents on the go.