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ken.booth
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Re: Top iPad Engineering Apps
ken.booth   11/28/2011 5:06:09 PM
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Thanks for starting this list, Alex. How about one for Android tablets? I think they are likely to be popular amongst Engineers - I'm getting one.

Alexander Wolfe
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Re: Top iPad Engineering Apps
Alexander Wolfe   11/28/2011 2:15:49 PM
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Thanks, Jack.  It's interesting to me that, utlities excepted, many of these iPad apps are adjuncts to the real thing, rather than full-blown, standalone programs. I think that's a function of the data-entry limitations of the tablet form-factor.

Jack Rupert, PE
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Top iPad Engineering Apps
Jack Rupert, PE   11/28/2011 1:56:44 PM
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Thanks for posting, Alex.  While I'm not quite ready to join the ranks of the daily iPad users, it's good to know that companies are starting to offer some useful apps for when you're on the road.

Rob Spiegel
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Many of these apps are free
Rob Spiegel   11/28/2011 1:29:22 PM
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Nice slide show, Alex. Quite a range of apps, and it seems Siemens is particularly advanced in mobile apps. It's also encouraging that many of these companies are providing their apps at no charge. That's is a no-brainer, since customers are already spending considerable sums for the technology.

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