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The iPad Applications

10 September 2012 No Comment

In this article, we will be examining some applications for the iPad tablet from the tech giant Apple. Apple has delivered and made it a point to stay ahead of the market trends. It sets the market trends.

1: Dropbox for iPad (universal)

The dropbox is a terrific application for synchronizing the documents on numerous devices. It works in the same way as in the iPhone. That is why it’s called a universal application. You can view many types of files and store the favorite ones as well.

2: Evernote for iPad (universal)

Just like the dropbox application, evernote is an online application for saving pictures, documents and web stuff. You can also access them on multiple devices just like as on iPhone. So this application landed on iPad too. the large screen of the iPad benefits it and you can see and navigate stuff easily.

3: Feeddler RSS reader for iPad

It is just another RSS reader and it can store text files and documents offline. You can brose by feed and it has a built in browser, so safari is not needed when an internet link is needed to be paid a visit.

4: The guardian eyewitness

The guardian eyewitness has an assortment of daily global events arranged neatly. You can access at least 100 photos and can be viewed in full screen. Save the photos in the iPad and share them on Facebook or email.

5: The iBooks

The iBook is a good eBook reader and competes with Amazon Kindle Fire. It is supported by the iBookstore and expected from tech giant Apple, it has a polished and shiny interface.

It has:

1: cross device bookmark syncing

2: display options

3: highlighting

4: PDF reader

It gives a magazine like experience.

6: IM+ for iPad (universal)

The iPad oes allow multitasking to a certain degree, but on iPad, people who constantly switch between instant messaging services might get worn out among applications. Thus, IM+ materialized. In one single application, you can run many IM services and there is a browser already waiting to be used.

7: Kindle for iPad (universal)

The Kindle application for iPad is incompetent against the iBooks from Apple, but it isn’t a complete failure either.

Kindle is terrific for reading and you can optimize your experience by turning off the animations and make the background pleasant by a sepia tone.

8: Flixter for iPad

This application is purely for the movie fans, who need to know which movie is in the cinemas and flixter work spot on. The application is available on iPhone and iPad. The large screen of the iPad makes the application interactive.

9: Paperdesk Lite for iPad (universal)

Last application for today is the digital notepad called the Paperdesk lite. It is now available for iPad. You can amalgamate the scribbles, words, audio recording in the notebook. The pages are sent in the PDF format by email. The free version has the limitation clause of three pages per notebook.

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