Before I started using Google Docs – because I didn’t want to move files from laptop to desktop to edit – I was using Zoho. With an online document editor and spreadsheet program, I could work and go without wondering where the most current version of the file was. In fact, I used ZOHO to put together the majority of the Day in Tech History data.
ZOHO Docs app for iPad is a continuation of that system. Since your files are in the cloud, you can easily access on the iPad to view, or continue working. ZOHO lets you view documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and PDF files that you have stored. With the sharing feature, you can set others up to view, or edit documents.
I always called ZOHO my secret stash. ZOHO also had a CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system that was pretty impressive. The ZOHO CRM app is separate, but is a great way to keep up with customers.
Both apps are available on all iOS devices, as well as Android.
I also look at the Rumor mill- more to the point, a mini iPad. Will there be a 7.85″ iPad? I believe so. They have to compete with the Kindle Fire and Google Q – price and size. The real question is if it would take over as the newest iPod.
Would you buy a smaller version of an iPad? Let me know!