iPad mini 16GB wifi White & Silver I iPhone 5 Verizon 16GB White & Silver I iPhone 4 Verizon 16GB Black (Retired to iPod like activities) I Late 2011 MacBook Air 13"
Most used, River of News rss reader.
Most enjoyed Blogshelf.
Most useful Evernote.
Most impressive Zumocast.
It took me a while to have my decision made and here it is:
Note taker HD - Handwritten Notes
Mercury Pro - Web browser
GoodReader - File viewer and manager
iBooks, FreeBooks - Viewer for books reading
GoSkyWatchP - Starwalking application
Smurfs - game
PlayPianoPlus - piano application
That's what I keep open mostly all the time and I have fun because they work great. This doesn't mean that I wouldn't like to have improvements and other features to make them even better but however they are already so good that I could stay with them also as they are. Of course this is very subjective. Give them a try and tell us what you think.
If I should choose just one of them I would say that Note taker HD is the one that really makes the difference and transformed my iPad in something really powerful completly different of any other computer that I had. The second is iBooks or FreeBooks. All my library stays with me now.
Here are a few I like....
Island HD : sim game, keeps you occupied, but not continuously
Air video free
Presidents choice recipe box
Very nice Carisa. Thanks.
ok guys, I think I found the best App ever.
This App lets you turn your Ipad into a second display.. works exactly the same ( I think for Windows 7 only)... if you have never worked with 2 displays on a computer you need to check it out.... I was planning on getting a second display, but also had to upgrade my video card to allow for 2 monitors, but now I might be able to get by.
so right now I have Dreamweaver open, and have placed a couple of "panels" onto the Ipad... this is really cool
Not sure, if it is enough for the best app ever, but for doing research Skipper is invaluable.
It allows for split browsing, so you can have 2, or 3 websites open next to each other. Really cool for doing research, or for having a web messenger open while browsing the web.