The "iPad is a consumption device" argument needs to die.

Often when criticizing the iPad, people say that you can't do "real work" on it and that it is designed to be used for consumption rather than creation. I disagree. iPad can be both for consumption and creation, depending on how the user uses it. For me, I use...

1.) Google Drive for collaboration for projects and cloud storage

2.) AutoCAD 360 for modifying my AutoCAD documents

3.) Pages, Numbers, and Keynote for creating documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, as well as exporting them into different file formats

4.) iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand for editing photos and movies, as well as creating music

5.) Logic Remote (I help put together music for a local community television show)

6.) Paper by FiftyThree for drawing

7.) Adobe Photoshop Touch for modifying images and creating graphics

This list goes on and on and on, but I won't fill this post up. What are some of the apps you guys use on your iPad for creation?