The best app

Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by fruitytotheloom, Jul 6, 2010.

  1. fruitytotheloom macrumors newbie

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    #1
    I got a iPad a week ago. I am still looking for fun or usfall apps. What is the best app? P.s. I wrote this on my iPad.:cool:
     
  2. shellbryson macrumors 6502

    shellbryson

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    #2
    heh. bit difficult to answer :)

    • I love Twitterific as I tweet a lot
    • Evernote is great for taking notes at work and syncing them with my iPhone and MacBook
    • Pulse is a really cool news aggregater
    • Soundhound is cool if you want to identify music tracks....

    That's all I use very frequently (other than Safari, mail, calendar)

    It's a bit like asking "what's the best flavour of ice-cream?". It depends on your taste :)
     
  3. PlaceofDis macrumors Core

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    the apps that get the most use on my iPad are:

    safari
    reeder
    things
    iBooks
    Beejive
    netflix


    but it does all depends on your uses.
     
  4. shadowness macrumors regular

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    The apps that i use almost daily are...

    Safari ( but thats built in and for most basic stuff)
    Atomic Browser (for all long reading and adblocking features and more web optimised websites)
    GoodReader (for all my document management and PDF reading)
    Ibooks/Stanza (for Ebooks)
    Reeder (for all my RSS needs)
    Pulse ( for a few photo related RSS feeds)
    Adobe Ideas ( for sketching and planning in interior design)
    Sketchbook Pro (more advanced features like Shading and elevation and simple sketching with layers etc)
    Air Video (watching videos from my PC)
    Digits (Calculator)
    Todo (for task management)

    All these apps gets used atleast once daily.
    Plus a few indispensable ones like imdb, Howcast, epicurious / Betty crocker, wikipanion free, appadvice, radio.com/accuradio for my radio fix etc are also used occasionally!
     
  5. melinawaugh macrumors newbie

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    I used iWork Suite applications look pretty sweet, and they allow you to do word processing, spreadsheets and presentations...iBooks is also very useful..This are the free application for the i pad:-

    1 - Red Ball
    2 - Facebook
    3 - Flickr
    4 - NBC Olympics
    5 - AP Mobile
    6 - Virtuoso Piano Free
    7 - Kindle
    8 - Epicurious..
     

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