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Now that Office has finally been released for iPad, can it be used if you don’t have an Office 365 subscription? I’m not sure that I want to spend ~$120 a...
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I want to start using my iPad more for actual work, not just watching what the cats are doing on YouTube. One thing that I've found...
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Is there any way to run apps from an iPhone or iPad on a PC? What about Macs? This seems like a silly oversight.
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