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The Most Prized iPad Applications

10 September 2012 No Comment

In this article, we will be going through the iPad applications. One fact becomes clear to us that iPad applications are pricier than that of iPhone’s. The applications for iPhone can cost quite more in the iPad tablet. But there are some applications, which are free and lovely and we have taken the liberty to examine them up.

This article is a pick of our top applications for the iPad tablet. Some of these applications are universal and will run on iPhone and iPad.

1: Accu weather for iPad

Interestingly enough and funny is the fact that some applications on the iPad think that England is not a country which is the case with Accu weather application. Apart from that, accu weather is a quirky and good application in iPad. It’s a weather application and its interface is odd and funny. There is a lifestyle page which will predict the local weather conditions and determine if dog walking and star gazing are suitable or not.

2: Facebook for iPad (universal)

Facebook is the undisputed king of social networking websites. The application lags a little and it’s much better to use it on the tablet than on a computer. By navigation, you can access high resolution photos and flip them up. Also, retina display for iPad is also enabled.

3: Air Video for iPad

The pessimists do not like the 4:3 aspect ratio of the iPad screen. It’s a pretty good device for watching movies and songs. It does not have the large storage capacity for making a movie collection. The Air video application will let you stream video in your computer or Macintosh. The free version is limited and it shows certain items, not all.

4: Beatwave for iPad (universal)

The beatwave is a simple tenori on style synth which helps you make nice and catchy melodies by prodding a grid. There are multiple layers and numerous instruments, which can help you, make complex tunes and save your work too. You can also share and store your work in email. You can also buy instruments in applications purchases.

5: Bloomberg for iPad

The Bloomberg application is a combination of white, orange and black colors, which we have seen before. Bloomberg is not exactly an application you will like to use all day. For business purposes, it does provide stocks exchange, currency rates, news which is vital for businessmen on the move.

6: Comics for iPad (universal)

The comic’s application is interactive and fun on the iPhone. But you have to zoom constantly and rotate repeatedly which gets boring pretty fast. The screen of the iPad is big and thus an entire page is shown on a screen, so no zooming and rotating bullshit is required here. There are numerous free comics available to read from the bundled store. The comic book readers will prize this application like hell.

7: Dictionary.com for iPad

People were very skeptical about the dictionary application as many of the free dictionary applications are free to use and sloppy to run. But that is not the case with dictionary.com as it’s quick and speedy. There are 90,000 entries. It is a surefire fast application.

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