Solved How to type documents on an Ipad then transfer to a laptop

February 20, 2019 at 21:19:39
Specs: Windows 10
I would like to type documents on my Ipad and then transfer these to my laptop. Is this possible? If so, how do I do that?
Thanks for any help you can offer. I'm relatively new to the Ipad and how to use it. I just purchased the 12.7 Ipad pro.

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February 21, 2019 at 05:26:46
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There is an app (for ipads, iphones) which will allows you to share files between assorted apple devices, androids, and MAC/PC etc.

It's relatively simple to use; but does require you read the "how to" carefully so as to follow the actual sequence of steps successfully. Which having said, I have used it a few times to transfer photos etc between iPad and a MAC.

The transferred file(s) arrive in the download folder (on a MAC) in a folder identified as "file".

Content can be sent in either direction.

There are several other similar apps of course.

You could also simply email the file/document to yourself?

Ipad has the default pages app installed and that's in effect a very basic word processor.

And there this - also from M$-land:

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October 20, 2019 at 23:24:34
You can use official tool,such as iTunes and free iOS data manager.such as MobiKin Assistant for iOS.MobiKin enables you to preview the detailed info before transferring.

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October 21, 2019 at 02:36:06
Mobikin is a paid for item....

Whereas Shareit is free.

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November 13, 2019 at 22:20:26
Hi trvlr,

MobiKin Assistant for iOS and Shareit,both of them are free useful program, you could check around and see which you would rather try.It depends on you:)

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November 14, 2019 at 01:34:20
When I check the Mobikin site, it clearly shows a free trial version but no actual fully free version; be it for Windows or Mac or assorted mobile platforms.

Agree they have a similar utility to Shareit, and a matter of personal choice as to which one prefers. But Shareit is free. Nonetheless always useful to know about alternatives?

Both Apple and M$ promote the Shareit as being free.

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