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Is there an office suit for iPad like Microsoft Office?

Discussion in 'Business Applications' started by Walker79, Dec 24, 2019.

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  1. Walker79

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    Is there a Microsoft like app for iPad?

    I'm looking for office app for the iPad like Microsoft office suit or iWorks.

    I know there is Open Office and Libre Office but this only for Windows and Linux not the iPad....I'm not sure if there is any Office suit for the iPad.

    Anyone know of any Office suit for the iPad.
     
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    iPad comes with Apples version of office ,
    Numbers = Excel,
    Pages = Word and Keynote = Powerpoint
    And its free , from the App Store

    MS Office also works on the iPAD but not free
     
  4. Walker79

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    Most people that I know that have an iPad I know use iWorks or Microsoft office. Other than using google docts and sheets.

    I don't know of any free apps out there but there are many apps you have to pay for it.

    I read in past there was more free apps but because of the license agreement iOS the free open source community has staid away from iOS.

    So if you running windows or Linux there is more options.

    Looking at this and other forums there seems to be only ONLYOFFICE or WPS office.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_office_suites

    But I don't think ONLYOFFICE or WPS office is free. Unless anyone here have ONLYOFFICE or WPS office?
     
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    I think there are some native office apps built by Apple, and you can surely use them instead of microsoft office
     
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