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It’s too early to tell if Office’s popularity is due to curiosity or if an actual Office 365-paying audience is downloading the apps, though Word for iPad has already cracked Apple’s “Top Grossing” chart. Office for iPad also likely holds great appeal for businesses that are more inclined to sign Office 365 licensing agreements directly with Microsoft, which would be hidden from the App Store; the Office 365 Home subscription found in-app is for personal use only.

It appears pent-up demand for an iPad version of Microsoft’s productivity suite has propelled all three Office for iPad apps — Microsoft Word for iPad, Microsoft Excel for iPad and Microsoft PowerPoint for iPad — to the top of Apple’s iOS App Store for iPad. Microsoft introduced the apps on Thursday.

Who doesn’t like The Daily Show with Jon Stewart? Okay, I shouldn’t ask questions to which I don’t really want the answers. But if you are among the many who enjoy this and other shows on Comedy Central, you can now watch full episodes on your iOS device for free. Many of the shows are completely free to watch, but some require you to log in with your TV provider. If you’re looking for a new racing game but are sick of the usual, you might like DrawRace 2. It’s a top-down racing game with unique controls. Instead of driving with a wheel, you draw your path. If you like if-then statements and linking together web services, then you probably already know about IFTTT. Well, this week they updated this app with some pretty sweet features. Now any recipe can end in a push notification.

Caveman Feast 200 Paleo Recipes [iOS Universal; $2.99] Caveman Feast for iPhone and iPad contains 200 delicious Paleo recipes that are beautifully illustrated and easy to follow. Version 2.0.0 brings the following changes:

AirMusic [iOS Universal; Now free, down from $2.99] Access and stream your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch Music Library directly over WiFi from an Xbox, a PS3 or any compatible DLNA device.

In fact, if anything the chief complaints seem to be that Microsoft didn’t go far enough in creating a functioning Office suite for iPad, with users citing problems such as no Dropbox integration and lack of printing support.

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