Text Editors (for developers, coders and webpages)
Apple's Pages (similar to MS Word)
Pages is a powerful word processor that lets you create
documents that look beautiful and read beautifully. And with
real-time collaboration, your team can work together on a
Mac, iPad, or iPhone -- even on a PC using iWork for iCloud.
Teaming up with someone who uses Microsoft Word? Pages makes
it simple. You can save Pages documents as Word files. Or
import and edit Word documents right in Pages. Most popular
Word features are supported, too. Now it's no problem to
work on the same project. Even if you use different apps.
Pick up where you left off with Handoff
HandyPrint is a macOS application that allow you to print
from your iPods, iPads and iPhones on legacy printers that
do not support the AirPrint protocol.
Microsoft Office Suit
Libre Office (Open Source - Free)
Open Office (Open Source - Free)
Apple's Numbers (similar to MS Excel)
Numbers starts you off with a blank canvas instead of an
endless grid, so you have the freedom to organize your data
any way you choose. Select fonts and style cell borders.
Add, resize, and apply styles to tables. Move everything
around your canvas at will.
Teaming up with someone who uses Microsoft Excel? Numbers
makes it a great working relationship. You can save Numbers
spreadsheets as Excel files. Or import and edit Excel
spreadsheets right in Numbers. Most popular Excel features
are supported, too.
Apple's Keynote (similar to MS Power Point)
Right from the beginning, Keynote sets the stage for a
compelling presentation. A clean, intuitive interface puts
all the tools you need front and center.
Teaming up with someone who uses Microsoft PowerPoint?
Keynote makes it a great working relationship. You can save
Keynote documents as PowerPoint files. Or import and edit
PowerPoint documents right in Keynote. Most popular
PowerPoint features are supported, too.