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Apple iPad, Day 15: Working With Files on the iPad

30 Days With the iPad: Day 15

In order for the iPad 2 to be functional as a primary computing device, it has to be able to work with files. I need to be able to create files, save files, copy files from other devices, print files, and send files as email attachments. However, the iPad doesn’t have a typical file and folder system for storing data, so for today’s installment of 30 Days With the iPad I am going to try and figure out how to work with files and data on the iPad.

When I worked with Ubuntu Linux on the last 30 Days series, the lack of–or irrelevance of–file extensions took some getting used to, but at least the files and folders were still in their traditional hierarchy.





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