In Pictures: The best office apps for your iPad, r...
Word processor (tie): Pages
Quickoffice's text-editing module is great for editing, but Pages is better for documents that are layout-heavy, as the app supports multiple columns and insertion of graphics. Where Pages falls down is in not preserving style sheets, not offering a replace-all option in its Find and Replace feature, and not being able to add hyperlinks to text (though you can edit existing ones). Pages does support the Dropbox and Box cloud storage services, but in an unintuitive way. But its iCloud compatibility can be a real life-saver, ensuring all your devices have the current documents.
In Pictures: The best office apps for your iPad, round 3