In Pictures: 20 essential business apps for iPhone and iPad

It's time to look at apps that make these mobile devices even more powerful for business users.

Quip Developer: Quip

Cost: Free for personal use (up to 5 users); business pricing starts at $12/month/user.

Available on Android too? A beta version is available, but not all of the kinks have been worked out yet.

Quip is a word processor designed specifically for smartphones and tablet. There are all sorts of tools that help you compose, share and edit Word documents on your smartphone. I've tried several and have grown increasingly impatient with them. Quip rips up the old word processing paradigm and starts over with mobile devices guiding the design. It adapts to any screen size automatically (so no more pinch-zooming or side-scrolling), merges changes automatically if you've been editing offline, and enables fast collaboration through messaging and push notifications. Other features include the ability...

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