Articles tagged with: iPad app
You just got a new iPad from an extremely generous friend or family member? Oh. My. God! Lucky you! Whether it’s the Air or the mini, you now possess a ridiculously powerful tool for entertainment, productivity and education, but at the moment, it’s looking rather bare, isn’t it? It needs apps, lots of apps — and that’s why we’re here. We’ll help get you started on the right app track, so find whichever categories apply to you and get started!
Angry Birds Go! – The 3D racer with avian flair, Angry …
Hulu has finally announced their long-rumored subscription service: Hulu Plus. For US$9.99 per month, you’ll get you ad-supported access to the full current seasons of most shows and full back seasons of select shows. More importantly, the brand new Hulu Plus apps for the iPad will bring the television to you. This provides access to thousands of streaming television shows including complete seasons and historic reruns from the 80s and 90s. Users can sign up for the invitation only phase and the Hulu iPad …
AppAdvice reports: iPhone 4 apps will also pretty much fit onto an iPad screen. With a resolution of 940×640, there isn’t much difference between the iPhone’s resolution and that of the iPad – which rests at a cool 1024×768. This means that running iPhone 4 apps on an iPad won’t quite fit the full screen, but at the same time they’re not going to be far off the edges. Check out the picture below to get an idea of what to expect.
According to Apple, …
So you’ve just taken in a shiny new iPad. Great, but you’ll soon realise that on its own the iPad doesn’t do that much.
A beautiful 9.7-inch high-resolution display makes iPad perfect for watching any kind of video: from HD movies and TV shows to podcasts and music videos.
We’ve scoured the 3,500 dedicated iPad apps to bring you what we think are the six best iPad apps available at the moment (early April) to get you started when it comes to video and movies, and …
The World Cup is my absolute favorite sports event; which is saying quite a bit because I’m a huge sports fan across the board. So an iPad app with World Cup in its title will always get at least a look from me – especially as matches begin less than 100 days from now.
World Cup Countdown 2010 is the perfect app for keeping up on the news and information on the upcoming 2010 World Cup in South Africa. If you are a fan of soccer …
There are any applications are available for iPad support, and many of these apps are great for creative people. Following is a selection of 10 iPad apps for designers and other creative professionals.
1. Phaidon Design Classics
All your classic design books on the iPad, time to get your design reading on.
2. Adobe Ideas
Sketch your ideas on the go with this digital sketchbook, just the kind of use I was imagining when I first saw an iPad demo.
Many of us have blogs or portfolios powered …
Multi-tasking for iPad is an application that brings multitasking to the Apple iPad for three pieces of software. The application allows Safari, Twitter and Facebook to multitask.
Most of the apps available in the App Store were written to be used on the 3.5-inch screens of the iPhone and iPod touch. When those apps were created, the iPad didn’t exist, so the developers didn’t know that one day they’d have to consider a 9.7-inch screen for their apps to run on.
Luckily, Apple thought of that when developing the iPad and added a feature that allows apps written for the iPhone to be resized to fit the iPad’s larger screen. Apps resized …
If you’re a word game fan, I have little doubt that you don’t already know about Words with Friends – Newtoy Inc’s excellent turn based Scrabble-like iPhone game that you can play with your friends at your own pace. If you are a fan of the game, here’s another reason to get an iPad.
If you happen to be located in or near Frisco, TX, Newtoy is holding a party/mixer at the Apple Store in Stonebriar Mall. They will be giving away Words with Friends …
Apple just announced to developers that it’s now accepting iPad applications. From the sound of it, applications submitted now will have a shot at being reviewed and approved before the iPad launch next month, though since most all apps developed so far have only been tested in the emulator, this is more of a “feedback” round for devs looking to be ready for the launch without actually testing their apps on hardware themselves. Apple says that “[o]nly apps submitted for the initial review …