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Textilus: a Great Tool For IPad Users


Living in such technological age, most persons, even so students have a variety of digital devices such mobile phones. Some may even own tablets. The prices of such devices have becoming relatively cheaper; hence they are becoming more affordable and popular amongst the younger generations. Sometimes, tablets are more comfortable then computer as they are much smaller and hence very much portable, while providing the same efficiency. Their applications have also made such devices more suitable to be used in class. One such app for the IPad is Textilus.

Textilus is a new, great tool allowing the creation of notes, word and also pdf processing, specifically designed for IPad users. This provides one the possibility to easily read and write documents from the comfort of your tablet; focusing solely on the processing sequences involved rather the then the tool itself. Textilus also have an online YouTube channel, giving clear, detailed directions of what does this app can be used and what does it consist of.


The below video gives a brief introduction of this application:





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This entry was posted on December 10, 2014 by in education.
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