Man holding an iPad

When first released, I considered the iPad a content consumption device; great for reading, watching and gaming, but not much else. Since publishing my thoughts about the first generation iPad Mini, I’ve been on a quest to discover whether real productivity on an iPad is possible – whether I can get to the point where I no longer have to reach for my laptop to finish the tasks I’ve started.

So, how’s it been going? Firstly, there’s no denying the new iPad Air 2 is a beautiful device; each new iPad generation brings a sleeker, thinner design, making you want to hold and make regular use of its expensive glass and aluminium frame. I’ve no qualms with the tablet in terms of pure ergonomics, but, in terms of productivity, it’s the software that really counts…

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