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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by pastan, Mar 13, 2011.
I love Zite. Also IMO.im for chatting.
ZumoDrive, Flipboard, FileApp (to store files downloaded using safari).
I love zinio, it's totally changed my life. Magazines are delivered straight to me no matter where I am.
Terra I find to be the best browser, soo much faster than others I've used (Inc. Atomic and skyfire)
wrapt edition is great for feeds, I've totally given up on the paper now I can subscribe to what interests me.
Hulu, abc, monopoly, screens, pages, vlc....I've soo many apps. Just as I think my iPad has done all it can, a new app comes along that totally changes the way I go about life lol
Does terra do flash?
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Here are the ones I've been using the most so far (got my iPad 2 last Tuesday)
Dropbox for getting files on the device easily.
Goodreader for reading and marking up PDFs
Atomic Web Browser--I love tabbed browsing and the private browsing feature
Evernote for organzing my notes from meetings etc. ( I take them in the Notes app) and synching them to all my PCs.
Kindle App for e-books (I have a Kindle and still mainly read on it) so prefer this to iBooks or the others as it's were my books are).
DirecTV if you're a member. Fast way to check the guide, set up recordings if you have a DVR etc.
News Apps: NY Times (going to $20 a month--but Top News section will remain free), USA Today, Politico, NPR, BBC, CNN, Zite, Pulse, The Hill
Sports Apps: ESPN ScoreCenter, NBA Courtside Game Time, March Madness
Games: Plants vs. Zombies, Angry Birds, Words With Friends, whatever free solitaire app you like best etc.
Skype--iPhone app only, but still looks good. Essential for me as I don't have any friends/family on facetime currently as like me they're all PC people.
Marvel and Comixology for comics
Zinio for magazines
Pandora for streaming music
OpenTable for making restaurant reservations if you live in a city
Epicurious--great free cookbook
Backgrounds--huge collection of wallpapers
Sadly not, but I have frash.
Otherwise, for those times you need flash, try swifter. It's free and it does the trick
I recently downloaded a bunch of new apps. My favorite of the new ones is the NPR one .. You not only get shows on demand, but you can get the latest hourly update, and live streaming of any of their stations. I'm also playing with the CNN and several science related apps.
Can anyone tell of their experiences with GarageBand? I am sure it is a fabulous & fun app and all that but can you learn anything about playing music on it? I've read conflicting things about this googling. I cannot play any instruments at all. I will probably still purchase it eventually for the fun factor anyway but I'd like to hear if it has a practically for someone like me.
I'm in the same boat as you but GarageBand is so well crafted that I'm sure you will enjoy the tinkering nature of it. The smart guitar is awesome and here is a huge choice of keyboards for differing sounds. I just need to learn more on how to construct a song now and see how far I get with it.