Top Ten Apps for Your iPad
Make your iPad activities more fun and exciting by downloading these apps now. From work to play, Gadg got you covered.
You decided to get an iPad. It is the latest product of Apple and people are going crazy over it. Then, what happens now? This is the time to get the apps that will make your idle time more worth while. By the way, did you know that iPad sold more than 3 million units in just 80 days? Scroll down to read the ten iPad apps in demand right now.
Pandora Radio (Free) – This application was optimized to become iPad-friendly. Pandora Radio gives you customized play lists. Pandora does this by means of tracing the similarities of your song choices. If you already have this on your iTunes library, be sure to update it to get the interface appropriate for iPad.
iBook (Free) – iBook and iPad are meant to be together. Through iBook, you can download books of all genres straight to your iPad. Remember that iPad has a backlit display which will allow you to read day or night. Want more? You can also tweak font style, look up hard words in the dictionary and bookmark pages with just a simple tap on your tablet.
Facebook (Free) – Sometimes, it is not just about you and your iPad. Access your profile page in an instant and interact with your friends online. It is now easy to update your status, write comments or share videos.
Pages (cost: $9.99) – For your office work, you need a word processor. This is where Pages comes to the rescue. Though it will cost you some bucks, this application assures you of convenience.
Twitterific (cost: $4.99) – Feel that your almost $5 is well spent by getting the Twitter for iPad. It is a great improvement from the usual Twitter you know. It gives a two column view and another window pops up when there is a link embedded within a tweet.
Netflix (Free) – Get to watch your favorite movies and television shoes straight from your iPad. The app also allows users to browse the extensive Netflix catalogue.
Dropbox (Free) – It is like the iPhone version but better. The app enables users to copies files from the desktop to the tablet and vice versa.
Wikipanion (Free) – Obviously, this is the iPad version of the ever-dependable Wikipedia. The free version is enough to answer common inquiries but there is $4.99 version which allow users to download content for offline reading.
Yahoo Entertainment (Free) – This app is a stand out among other iPad apps. It is the ultimate source for entertainment news, TV guides and in-demand video clips.
Plants vs. Zombies (cost: $9.99) – Owning an iPad does not mean getting stuck with workload. Download the best game in iPad today where you become a home owner and fight the waves of zombies loitering on your lawn. You use the plants to defend yourself against these brain-eating creatures.