At his Tablet Legal blog Josh Barrett updates us on a word processing app update for iPad.
- improved and simplified interface for managing and editing documents
- Retina display support for iPhone
- Now a universal app for both iPad and iPhone
- Speed improvements
- Full keyboard support on external keyboards (arrow keys)
- Freeze panes in spreadsheet app
- Sort data in spreadsheet app
- More paragraph styles for Word docs
- Strikethrough formatting in Word docs
- More bullet format options for Word docs
All in all, a nice little update. I haven’t given it a full run through yet, but the interface improvements are welcome and may tip the scales for me to replace QuickOffice (iTunes link) as my Office compatible app on the iPad. Sadly, even though strike through formatting is now supported, I still am not seeing support for Tracked Changes. The first Office compatibility app that provides Track Changes support will have a legion of fans among lawyers.
Any new features in the update that are particularly welcome in your workflow? Any features you are looking forward to in e next update? Let us know in the comments.Please click here for the original article.
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