A few years ago (where does the time go), I wrote about Microsoft’s Surface and why every writer should own one. I still feel that way, but a lot of people already have iPads with keyboards and various accessories and don’t want to commit to a new tablet and ecosystem. The iPad has long been merely a consumption device where people go to play games and watch videos. Now, thanks to Microsoft, you can turn your iPad into a true productivity machine.
What do you get? Touch centric versions of Word, Excel, Powerpoint and OneNote.
The price? Free to view and present all documents. $9 per month for Office 365 for the ability to edit and create documents (a must for any writer). The best part about the Office 365 subscription? You always get the newest version of Office for free, and you can install Office on up to five PCs, Macs, or iPads!
Now you can edit, create and present any Office document anywhere you can bring your iPad. Any writer who has attended a conference knows that some of the best ideas come out of those conferences, and you’ll want to take notes and start tweaking your stories immediately.
With Office on iPad you are now free to create anywhere, anytime.
Watch this short video for a demo: