Where To Keep Word File In Ipad
I don’t know if it’s wise to store on your iPad many and important Word files, because the storage space available is limited even if you purchase the priciest iPad version available. The maximum storage space provided is limited at 64GB. So, unless you are interested in external storage devices that have been created for the iPad (an example is Sanho’s new HyperDrive), you should consider finding a way other than simply storing the files on your iPad in order to always have the documents at your disposal.
My suggestion is to invest in a reliable file manager that will help you limit the number of files that you will need to store on your iPad. For example, you can use Dropbox, an app and a service that makes it easy to transfer files between different devices such as the iPad. With the help of Dropbox you will be able to access shared files from all the devices that you are currently using. You will first have to setup Dropbox on a computer and connect it to the folder in which you want to store the Word files that need to be synced. As a result, you will be able to download the files of your interest on your iPad every time you need to edit or view their content.
iFiles is another choice you have available, if you don’t want to exhaust the space available on your iPad by storing Word files. This app comes with an acceptable price and is compatible with both iPhones and iPads. It’s a multi-purpose app because it integrates in the same software a text editor and viewer, an audio recorder and a file sharer. That app allows you to extract Word files from the computer set up as server as long as a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection is established. It also works with Google Docs, MobileMe, Dropbox, Facebook and not only and it makes available printing from the iPad because it supports AirPrint.
Another option is Air Sharing HD for iPad. This app makes it easy to manage Word files on an iPad without storing them on the limited storage space available. Air Sharing HD can be considered a wireless disk, because it will associate your iPad with an IP address and will mount your computer. Afterwards, you will be able to transfer files between your computer and your iPad by using drag-and-drop gestures. The app is able to support all the file formats compatible with the iPad, so no restrictions will affect your productivity. It also integrates support for WebDAV, iCloud, Dropbox and SSH.
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