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    Dean is a father of 2, working full time as an IT consultant. He is an experienced tablet user spending many years honing his skills and learning to be more productive while using his iPad. After meeting the founder of TabletProductive.com, Chris J. Lee in 2015, he has been a main contributor to the blog ever since.

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    Evernote handwriting to text: the options

    By Dean Duke / June 23, 2016

    The Evernote handwriting to text features are the perfect tools to connect old-school handwriting with the modern style of typing things down. Typing for countless hours on your computer and swiping across the virtual keyboard on your iPad is convenient. However, there is nothing that even comes close to the satisfaction of writing things down […]

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    Using Evernote for Receipts – Managing expenses

    By Dean Duke / June 19, 2016

    Keeping a track of your expenses is one of the essential productivity practices, which is why we should be using Evernote for receipts and expense tracking. Managing your personal expenses to make sure you make ends meet or keeping a ledger on your expenses on your employer’s behalf. Evernote has been in the mobile app […]

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    OmniFocus vs Todoist – Productivity app comparison

    By Dean Duke / June 12, 2016

    In a market crowded by iPad productivity apps, there is a strong reason why the comparison between OmniFocus vs Todoist is always a heated one. With millions of users on both sides, it can be difficult to make your choice between Todoist and OmniFocus. The reason I have chosen to write the OmniFocus vs Todoist […]

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    Byword Review: A Simple iOS Writing Tool

    By Dean Duke / June 1, 2016

    Byword Review: A Simple iOS Writing Tool – Byword for the Mac, iPhone and iPad has been recently updated to version two. The update brings a few new and improved features to the writing tool. In this article, you will learn about the merits of the updates, it’s fundamental features, a comparison to Pages and Functionality of the app. […]

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    How to search on iPad using Spotlight

    By Dean Duke / March 30, 2016

    iPads now come with a standard search function that can be accessed from the home screen by either swiping right or dragging down. The standard search function is known as Spotlight and it will search all contents downloaded, stored, or within known history of the iPad. The Spotlight function on the iPad is fully customizable […]

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    How to unsplit a keyboard from your iPad

    By Dean Duke / March 25, 2016

    In order to take advantage of the iPad’s larger display, the on screen keyboard is available for typing as if you were typing on a normal keyboard. However, a full keyboard may be seen as a disadvantage when holding the iPad. One of the features of the iPad is to split the keyboard where is […]

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    How to Save Evernote as PDF in 4 Simple Steps

    By Dean Duke / March 21, 2016

    For many writers, teachers and administrators, Evernote has replaced Microsoft Word as the tool of choice. Many best-of apps lists rate Evernote among the top apps. It serves as an excellent note-taking and syncing service. Evernote stores users’ notes in the cloud from which they can be accessed from anywhere. The numerous types of notes […]

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    Can You Print from Evernote?

    By Dean Duke / February 26, 2016

    Our readers have been asking us many questions over the past few weeks. Thank you so much for your comments. We appreciate every one. Today, we have sifted through hundreds of comments to bring you the answers you need. [Read: Evernote Scannable, the killer app] One of the most common questions you have been asking […]

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