If your work is document-heavy, then you’ll need a top-notch word processor and maybe even a spreadsheet maker and a place to store it all. If you’re used to the Microsoft Office suite of apps, then check these out for your iPhone.
As developers figure out ways to turn software into services, we'll continue to see subscription models like Smile's new TextExpander try to take root. How successful they will are is a function of utility, and perceived value.
Microsoft has updated its Office apps for iPhone and iPad, adding support for 3D Touch and the Apple Pencil to Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. OneNote also received an update with improved search and better iPad multitasking support.
Unfortunately for those who enjoy using Microsoft's suite of Office apps on their Mac are having issues when attempting to work on El Capitan. Numerous reports have surfaced detailing issues with Office on the latest version of OS X.