Apps to showcase your iPad

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  1. msduncan macrumors 6502

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    We all know we do it. We go to work Monday ready to show the world and our friends the glory of the iPad. so let's start listing the apps you found today that really showcases this device.

    iBooks
    Marvel Comics
    Netflix


    How about you guys? What have you found? Let's help each other know what to buy out there to really show this thing off!
     
  2. pimentoLoaf macrumors 68000

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    Sketchbook Pro from Autodesk

    Hands down winner in the eye-candy department. Full blown natural media drawing package that utterly blows away the competition. Has a "synthetic" pressure sensitivity mode to layer more (or less) color for a given tool. It even supports multiple layers.

    Über-cool.
     
  3. ksmith80209 macrumors 6502a

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    "The Elements" app is pretty amazing. Really shows where textbooks are heading.
     
  4. TeeJayEm macrumors regular

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    I really love the USA today app. The 2nd favorite is the CBS application.

    Edit: I forgot about the espn app.
     
  5. TurboSC macrumors 65816

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    Fart Apps are going to be epic in the office. HD BABY.
     
  6. msduncan thread starter macrumors 6502

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    CBS doesn't have an application, do they? Do you mean ABC?
     
  8. msduncan thread starter macrumors 6502

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    I think he means ABC, and I'm definitely going to try out the Sketchbook Pro app. I would consider Elements, but dang that's expensive for a book I have little interest in.
     
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    Yeah Baby
     
  10. Kenal0 macrumors regular

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    Definitely USA Today, I hope more periodicals take note as to how this one is done.

    Kenal0
     
  11. msduncan thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Anyone tried:

    Scrabble?
    Need for Speed?
    Time Magazine?
    Popular Mechanics?

    I'm really trying to hold out on these magazines until after they really get their groove on as far as integrated video and interactivity.
     
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  13. Anthony1987 macrumors newbie

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    - Spawn Lite (an iPhone app, but it looks fantastic on the iPad. Kind of like a music visualizer you control.)
    - WarpGate by Freeverse has AMAZING graphics and is a very fun space rpg/strategy game. Everyone I've showed it too was impressed.
    - Weatherbug Elite looks really cool when you bring it up with their animated radar and all the detailed info
     
  14. Mitchrapp macrumors 6502a

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    In the little time ive used it, I really like Yahoo! Entertainment.
     
  15. neutrinosllc macrumors member

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    Showcase with Rock Show the concert posters app

    Thought I would throw our hat in here.

    If you want to show off the gorgeous display of the iPad and you like music, you should download Rock Show.

    Rock Show is a free app that lets you check out original limited edition posters. The full screen views of these posters look awesome, and with the variety of bands we have you are bound to fine something you dig.

    Here is the link to download it: http://bit.ly/cSC5ut

    You can check out full details and more screenshots in our announce thread.
     
  16. klrobinson999 macrumors 6502

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    iBooks

    Netflix

    Elements (just awesome!)

    ABC

    Marvel

    Scrabble

    Pages (since they'll want to know)

    National Geographic World Atlas

    iTunes (love, love the iPad version)

    Weather Channel

    iMDB (very nice)

    Epicurious (ditto)

    USAToday

    Popular Mechanics
     
  17. dissdnt macrumors 65816

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    Anyone using Things? i don't see any support to export a list ie to mail etc. Am i missing something.
     

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