The screen real estate and touch surface of the iPad make it an ideal tool for doing some serious photo editing. Whether you want to get rid of a skin blemish, blue a sky, add filters, or something else, there are tons of photo editing apps available for iPad.
Pixelmator makes learning how to use advanced editing tools simple, no matter how experienced you are. Waterlogue isn't your run of the mill photo editing app and instead lets you transform any photo into a beautiful watercolor. Photogene offers lots of advanced photo editing tools including retouching, batch resizing, tons of filter presets you can make your own, and lots more. Like many of the other apps here, Effects Studio offers a wide array of basic editing tools.
I prefer Acorn to Pixelmator, although Pixelmatr now has a companion app for the iPad which makes it compelling all by itself. Whether you're a college student doing research or a professional drafting up proposals, these are the very best document editing apps for iPad!
The iPad is a great writing utility and that includes editing and drafting documents, no matter what kind of work you do.
Pages is part of Apple's iWork suite and focuses strictly on creating and editing documents. GoDocs was built for use strictly with Google Docs and in order to use it, you'll need to have a Google account.
If you use Google Docs but don't particularly care for Google's official offerings, be sure to give GoDocs a try. For a simple interface that's easy to use and can sync with many services, including the desktop — Documents to Go is worth a hard look.

Documents 5 by Readdle does not have editing capabilities for documents but it's one of the best document management suites around.
If you're only looking to manage and share existing documents on your iPad and don't need to edit them, Documents 5 by Readdle is hands down the best choice - especially if you're already using other Readdle products. If you're used to Microsoft Word, prefer it, and don't mind forking over some cash, you can finally have Microsoft Word on your iPad. Plus, work pays for my Office 365 account so there's really no reason to go with the half-measures that really only came out out at all because Microsoft was still living its Office-will-sell-our-tablets-if-we-make-it-exclusive pipedream.
Google Drive for iOS would be my favorite, but it's not since you can't create new or edit documents offline, even though you've chosen to have a document offline.
With tons of presets and corrections to choose from, it's a great editing option for anyone already tied into Creative Cloud.
It also maintains the highest resolutions possible so whatever you create is suitable for framing and sharing online. It also comes with lots of easy to use editing tools that let you tweak and adjust quickly. The new version allows users of the company's cloud storage service to keep files while they are offline, along with Spotlight Search support for iOS 9 users.
From embedding images and charts to writing a term paper for college, there are lots of App Store apps for iPad that specialize in document creation and editing. You can link in your cloud storage services and pull your documents directly from them for viewing and editing in POLARIS.
It supports many different file types for viewing and acts as a central hub for many of Readdle's most popular products including Scanner Pro, Printer Pro, and more.
You can open and view Word documents for free but to create, edit, and manage them — you need an Office 365 subscription which costs $120 a year.

Depending on what kind of photo editing you need to do, some apps may be better suited for you than others, and that's exactly what we're going to help you figure out.
Once you're done editing, Photogene exports to pretty much every photo service and social platform you can think of.
Looking forward to Microsoft giving Office for Mac some love which IMO needs some tweaking. Oh, and there's Handoff support which means you can start editing on your iPad, and pick up right where you left off on your Mac, and vice versa. But once you have one, all your images are synced seamlessly with all your Adobe products for easy access on every device you own.
Snapseed is also one of the only photo editing apps that currently supports non-destructive edits in iOS so you can save over the original photo instead of duplicating each time. Beyond that, you also get lots of useful editing tools including transparency options, blending textures, double exposure options, and more. As far as document editing is concerned, you can also import images and shapes from your Camera Roll to documents. When it comes to actually editing documents, the interface is simple enough that anyone can pick it up and use it.
I would much rather prefer you format these roundups in a scolling page like a normal article.

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