|Apr 4, 2010, 02:25 PM||#1|
The "My Favorite iPad Apps" Thread
So Far for me:
Marvel Comic Book App
Tap Tap Radiation
Plants vs. Zombies
|Apr 4, 2010, 02:31 PM||#2|
Goodreader by a longshot. I actually feel bad for only paying .99 for it.
I'm frustrated beyond belief that I can't import iWork '08 files into the iPad, so I have to rather ironically copy them into Office first and then transfer them onto my iPad. So I'm slightly peeved at Pages and Numbers so far.
I've tried a few games that have blown me away as well
Super Monkey Ball
The news apps are amazing, particularly BBC, CNN, and the NPR app. Great for any good patriotic liberal American!
15" Retina MacBook Pro Late 2013, Intel i7, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD; iPhone 6+ 128 GB; iPhone 6 64 GB; iPad Air 2 128 GB Wi-Fi + Mobile; iPod Touch 5th Gen 64 GB
|Apr 4, 2010, 02:32 PM||#4|
I haven't gotten many. I did buy the 3 iWork apps and I find them to be extremely well done. I never cared for Numbers on the Mac, but the iPad version is a joy to use for some of the budgeting spreadsheets I keep.
I got Flight Control HD too. Already addicted to it again. The new bigger maps are great, but really tough. I hesitated spending $5 on it but am glad I did now.
I hope there are some free versions of games coming out soon. There are a lot of $10-15 games that look great, but I want to play a free demo of a level before I spend that.
2.53Ghz Core 2 Duo Mac mini, 2.0GHz Core Duo iMac 20", Apple TV, iPhone 3GS, iPad
|Apr 4, 2010, 02:33 PM||#5|
13" MacBook Air| 13" MacBook Pro | 17" MacBook Pro | 32GB iPhone 4| 64GB white Verizon iPad 2
|Apr 4, 2010, 03:19 PM||#7|
World Cup 2010
RETIRED: Apple IIe / Franklin Ace 2200 / Performa 6200 / Power Mac G4 / Nano v5 / Shuffle v3 / iPad v1
CURRENT: 21.5" iMac v6 / iPad v3 / iPhone v5 / Shuffle v4 / AppleTV v3
|Apr 4, 2010, 03:51 PM||#16|
Is this the definition of irony?
|Apr 4, 2010, 04:03 PM||#20|
I only grabbed a couple of apps.
iKeys for iPad is by far the best piano app I've used. It sounds like it's a real piano, rather than the usual crappy samples that most piano apps use. Way better than pianist IMO, and it's way cheaper.
The other one I bought is iHeritage. It's an awesome family tree maker. I took my iPad over to my great grandmother's house this morning to get info on my ancestors. It was awesome. Well worth the $3 it cost.
I still need to grab the iWork apps though.
|Apr 4, 2010, 04:37 PM||#23|
|Apr 4, 2010, 04:45 PM||#25|
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