Among my favorite word-crunching tools for the iPad are a suite of word processing and text editing apps from German developer Infovole. While Textkraft, Schreibkraft, and Easy Writer applications
share many similarities and feature/interface commonalities, each has a particular task emphasis focus.
Flagship $4.99 Textkraft has the most comprehensive feature set, including an offline dictionary with synonyms
and potential follow-ups, WYSIWYG print dialogs, PDF export, full-text search with SASR technology, an array of import and export options, a font menu with 10 different fonts supported (American
Typewriter, Arial, Baskerville, Bradley Hand, Cochin, Courier, Helvetica, Palatino, Times New Roman, and Verdana), a point size slider and three line-spacing buttons. There are also six color theme
choices: Normal (black on white), Sepia (my personal fave), “Night” (white on black), “Retro” (green DOS style text on black), “Mynt” (green…