The iPad isn’t just a hot new consumer device, it’s also an increasingly popular tool for business. Each week we take a look at the new or updated business apps for the iPad, and highlight trends in how tablets are being used in the enterprise.
This week week we look at the newly released Adobe Photoshop Touch apps, a couple tools for managing your tasks and more.
Adobe Photoshop Touch
The first of the the Photoshop Touch applications Adobe announced last month are now available: Adobe Color Lava, Adobe Eazel and Adobe Nav. Watch for your design staff to start asking for iPads, if they haven’t already.
Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile
Last week we mentioned that Oracle had released a tablet-optimized version of its Oracle Business Intelligence Suite. This week the company’s native iOS app Oracle Business Intelligence Mobile was approved and hit the App Store.
Remember the Milk
As we reported, the popular task management application Remember the Milk released its iPad app this week. Our John Paul Titlow wrote “Owners of the WiFi-only iPad will appreciate the fact that the app works offline and will sync with Remember the Milk’s servers the next time you’re connected.”
ShareTask is a more enterprise-y task management app for iOS. It syncs with your SharePoint installation to provide a mobile task list. If you want more SharePoint features on your iPad, be sure to check out our article “5 Apps That Bring SharePoint to the iPad.”
iPad Apps for Giving Presentations
This week we took a look at nine applications for giving presentations on the iPad. So far it looks like Apple’s Keynote is the favorite among readers – what’s yours?