I forgot to put Pocket Frogs on my list!
EarlyEdition / EarlyEdition II
I have enjoyed EE2 so much, that I have recommended it both to my 85 year old father
and to my non-technical friend Keith, who purchased it a few hours ago.
Its much better than Edition 1, much more newspaper like, actually better than a newspaper!
(I now no longer subscribe to a local or national newspaper)
I like that you can select how much graphic media can be downloaded from your RSS Feeds
(makes it like either a real newspaper OR magazine!)
I like that via an .OPML file I can share my feeds.
I am a New EE2 (EarlyEdition II) user from EE1
Discovr Apps, Dragon dictation, noterize now Paperport Notes, Studio Arts, File App, Pages...
VG (fallaces sunt rerum species)
Keynote... I can´t live without it.
Get ios5 and be less saddled to iTunes... I just did my first wireless update and it worked like a charm...Originally Posted by neens_wa
1.Scrabble (paid version is worth it) much better than Words with Friends knockoff
2. Grocery Gadget- great for families where multiple people shop with iphones or ipads-using the connection group- even allows photos of items to prevent buying a wrong item ( this is especially good at preventing husbands buying the wrong "similar" item)i can even tell what aisle he is in as i watch him real time check off items as he shops.
3. Flipboard- nice for magazine style browsing
4.Goskywatch- a personal planetarium- great for teaching kids about the heavens
5.Dropbox- great for sharing docs with multiple machines ( pc, mac,iphone, ipad)
6.Billspad- nice simple bill paying organizer ( very simplified)
7. Allrecipes-great app with reviews and pux of great recipes
These are my favorite apps. I am an almost 60 active woman that works full time but loves my ipad and iphone because they make life easier and more fun!
Google earth is amazing! Works great on the iPad. I can travel from bed
My favorite apps had been work related and then I discovered the game Gardens of Time. It is very addictive and a lot of fun. I had never played any "social network" games before, so the aspect of getting friends as "neighbors" is new and interesting. At its heart it is a hidden picture game but the authors have added a lot of creativity. I highly recommend it!
Of course I still like getting my company email via Good and also VPNing into work via Citrix but having a fun game to relax with is definitely part of the iPad value!
Crackle is my favorite