Top 5 iPad Apps you'd pay for?

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  1. JohnnyApple

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    Stumbled upon another interesting news article/blog post and it brought up a good question. What are the top 5 iPad apps you'd pay for?

    Myself, I'd love to see Rosetta Stone for the iPad. It's the perfect platform to learn another language on.

    Not sure what else I consider a "killer" app other then iChat at this point.

    What about yourself?

    Oh yah, and article here: Site Comparison of everythingq.com (rank #643,617), everythingwm.com (#74,823) | Compete
     
  2. JLStrange

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    Quicken for Home & Business. Great personal and business app.
     
  3. AbblePC

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    iTeleport previously JaaduVNC previously Teleport for iPhone

    Jaadu RDP

    Dropbox

    Quickoffice

    AirVideo

    iWork

    Slingbox
     
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    Dropobox
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    Keynote
    Rayman 2
     
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    I use "momo" a lot.
    So that app i would pay a lot for :)
     
  6. TheBaron

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    I can only think of 4 for now:

    1. Logic Audio
    2. A midi controller keyboard app (something more polished than iTM MidiLab)
    3. iWeb
    4. iPhoto


    I'm pretty sure they'll never release Logic for the iPad, but one can dream. I do have a feeling there will be plenty of apps for music production though - including some midi controller apps.
    I'd also love to be able to post updates to my site using iWeb while I'm on the go. Plus, being able to edit and post photos from the iPad using iPhoto and my MobileMe account would be very cool.
     
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  7. wot_fan

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    My top 5 (in no particular order)
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    Remote program (like Hippo Remote for iPhone)
    Sudoku game
    Note taking program (like this one)​

    I can't wait to see what developers come up with that I haven't thought of ;).
     
  8. jamaicaboy

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    My top apps

    Nova near orbit vanguard alliance
    Rayman
    Numbers
    Pages
    Keynote
     
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    iMovie

    Something that can put together movie clip sdownloaded to the iPad. I want to use it for my football video (High school coach) so that I can have film ready for my coaches asap without waiting for all the download and build time at home.
     
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    iWeb
    iMovie
    Chrome Browser (major longshot)
    Half Life 2 (def possible...get on it valve!!!)
    Not really a wishful, since I will be able to play it, but I can't wait for field runners...but it would be really cool for them to make an iPad specific version
    Starcraft 2 would be pretty sweet!
    I read that ID is going to be porting Rage, which would be cool.
     

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