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Still Think You Can’t Do Real Work On The iPad? A Lot Has Changed Since 2010

Still Think You Can’t Do Real Work On The iPad? A Lot Has Changed Since 2010

This story first appeared in Cult of Mac Magazine.

Back when I worked exclusively on my iPad, writing posts for Cult of Mac and everything related to that, I had a hell of a time getting some things done. It seemed like every tiny step needed to be researched before I could get anything done.

In the end, I quit and went back to a split iPad/iMac setup, but not for the reasons you might think.

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Last Chance To Get 50% off PDFpen Pro [Deals]

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Want to easily interact with and edit PDFs like never before? Then this Cult of Mac Deals offer is for you.

PDFpen is the all-purpose Mac PDF editor. It has everything you need to edit all those PDFs you are constantly downloading. With PDFpen you can edit or change almost any part of an original PDF and save it as a Word document seamlessly, and with this Cult of Mac Deals offer you can get PDFpen for 50% off – just $29.98!

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Auto OCR Any PDF On Your Mac With Hazel And Some Clever Tricks

Auto OCR Any PDF On Your Mac With Hazel And Some Clever Tricks

Maybe you scan all your receipts and bills, and toss the paper into the recycling bin. Congratulations! You’re paperless. You’re also out of luck when it comes to actually finding any of those scans when you need them. You’ll be stuck flipping through stacks of PDFs as if they were stacks of paper.

Unless you get your Mac to automatically run OCR on those scans, making their text searchable. And then maybe you could have you Mac file them for you too, just like computers were supposed to do for us all along.

Sound good? Then check out this neat tutorial from Mac Power Users’ Katie Floyd, which uses Applescript, PDFPen and Hazel to do it all for you.

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PDFPen Scan+, OCR Scanning For Your iPhone And iPad

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Up until today, my page scanner of choice has been Scanner Pro from Readdle, a universal app which uses the iPhone/iPad camera to snap pictures of your documents and send them off to any and every cloud service.

But after today, my new favorite might just be the new PDFPen Scan+, a universal app from Smile Software that not only scans but turns your images into searchable PDFs using OCR.

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Last Chance! Get PDFpen: The Essential Tool For Any PDF User [Deals]

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We all know dealing with PDF files can be a pain. We’ve all had a PDF file that we’ve wanted to modify in some form or another and found ourselves only to be left with no real way to do it. But thanks to iPhone Hacks and PDFPen, those days are over.

PDFpen is your simple solution to making all of your PDF dreams come true. It offers a powerful editing capability – one that is unmatched at this price! With this Cult of Mac Deals offer, you can get PDFpen for only $30 (50% off) you can get this stellar piece of software that will become an integral part of your document workflow.

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Get Killer Deals On PDFpen, iDocument, and Tunes Cleaner for Mac [Deals]

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Cult of Mac Deals offers up killer deals each and every week, and this past week has been no exception. While you can find all of our deals going on over at the Cult of Mac Deals page right now, we’ve got three in particular from the past week that we’d like showcase for you.

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PDFpenPro: A Supercharged PDF Editor For Your Mac [Deals]

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You’ve always wanted to put a dent in those hard-to-modify PDF files of yours. There are only a few solutions out there, but one stands ut from the rest in both feature and value – and that’s PDFpen by Smile. But with this Cult of Mac Deals offer, we’re upping the ante, and giving you 50% off of its power-packed sibling, PDFpen Pro. For just $50, you can take your PDF manipulation to a whole new level – and you can do it with ease!

PDFpenPro offers a powerful all of the editing capabilities that PDFpen portrays…and a whole lot more.

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