This is an excellent article about connecting, sharing and controlling your mac with your iPad. These apps are excellent for improving the workflow of your day with your new iPad. Some of the explanation do get a little technical but they are still easy enough to follow. This has been a real learning curve for me and will definitely allow me to get more out of the iPad. Great resource from far afield!
J R Bookwalter - Ethiopian Review.
Many iPad users may view their tablet as a separate part of their everyday computing lives, connecting only for the occasional iOS update or media sync. But did you know there’s a long list of iPad apps designed to work hand in hand with your Mac? Here’s a look at 10 of them and how they could enhance your everyday Mac experience.
Adobe recently impressed everyone with a peek at three iPad apps that work directly with Photoshop and other parts of the forthcoming Creative Suite 5.5 update. Apple has been busy touting the iPad 2 as the forerunner of the “post-PC” world, so we decided to find some very good reasons that already exist to show how the tablet and the desktop or laptop Mac can coexist in harmony.
In some cases, the iPad can even enhance your day to day Mac workflow, doing double duty as a temporary second display, accessing files on the go or even taking full control of your computer from across the house — or halfway around the world.........
- Air Display
- Cloud Connect Pro
- Parallels Mobile
- Remote HD
- Rowmote Pro
- SyncPad (Remote Whiteboard)
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