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Popular Apps Articles for 2014

Best iPad To-Do List Manager Apps

Wouldn't it be nice if your iPad could keep you and all your "to-do" lists organized? Well, with the right software, it can. Here are reviews of eight task-management apps.

Do Windows 8.1 Users Need Third-Party Anti-Malware Software?

Although supposedly beefed up in Windows 8.1, Microsoft's Defender software still isn't doing enough to keep users safe from malware, AV-Test told TPCR this week.

Cloud Services Compared: Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, and Amazon Cloud Drive

What are the best ways to store photos, Office docs, and other files online, and share them across devices? We take a look at five leading cloud storage apps.

Best Windows 8.1 Apps: TouchMail

Windows 8.1 users deserve a mail app that meets the operating system’s high aesthetic qualities, one with touch, swipe, and mouse-friendly features that plays well on both a tablet and[...]

Best Email Apps for Your iPad

Above all else, the iPad is built for checking email. And sure, Apple's own Mail app can handle all of the basics, but what if you want something more?

Google Android 5.0 Lollipop for Tablets Review

This Android 5.0 Lollipop for tablets review goes in-depth with the features of Google's latest operating system, with an emphasis on what's new.

Microsoft Office for iPad Review

How well does Microsoft's Office for iPad fare against the version the company created for Windows laptops and desktops? Read this review to find out.

Microsoft Office for iPad vs. Office for Windows Tablet

Microsoft designed Office for iPad specifically to run on tablets, while the Windows version of this suite was not. Does that make the iPad version better?

Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update for Tablets Review

The first major update for Windows 8.1 is available to download, and it comes with a number of user interface (UI) improvements that tablet users should be aware of.

Microsoft Office for iPad vs. Apple iWork

We pitted Office for iPad against iWork in a three round, side-by-side comparison slugfest. Here's the blow-by-blow.

SlingPlayer for Windows 8 Review

The SlingPlayer app for Windows 8 costs $15, and still requires an expensive piece of Slingbox hardware. That has to be a rip off, right?

Where Is Microsoft Office Really Heading?

Does Microsoft plan to keep withholding a fuller Office "experience" from iOS and Android users, in the interests of promoting its Windows tablets and PCs?

Best Windows 8.1 Apps: RemindMe

RemindMe creates alerts and reminders, and that’s about it. It’s a simple app that’s easy to use, but still helpful and effective.

Best iPad Apps: 3M Post-it Note Plus

Post-in Notes Plus is an attempt by 3M to keep those little sticky notes relevant in the digital world. How well did they succeed? Read this review to find out.

Apple iPad Not Directly Affected by Heartbleed Bug, but One Version of Android Is

The Heartbleed bug has potentially exposed the personal and professional info of millions of people, but users of Apple's tablets should be relieved to learn that this security flaw isn't[...]

Apple iOS 7.1 for iPad Review

Although most of the new features in iOS 7.1 are for Apple's smartphones, tablet users will also see some real benefits. We take a look at what they are.

Microsoft Office for the iPad: Worth the Money?

Microsoft's Office for iPad is now expected to require a paid subscription to Office 365. How might it stack up against free office suites from Apple, Google, DataViz, and Microsoft[...]

Who Needs Aereo? These Cloud TV Services Do the Same Thing

The Supreme Court shut down the streaming TV service Aereo. Fortunately, there are alternatives for watching live TV on a mobile device that are completely legal.

Microsoft Office 365 Personal Offers Cheaper Access to Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Microsoft has just begun offering a less expensive way for consumers to subscribe to its suite off Office apps, including the new iPad version.

Free Google Office Apps for Android and iOS Take on Apple iWork, Microsoft Office

To make life easier for the most productive tablet users, Google this week said it has developed standalone Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps that are designed to create and edit[...]