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Discussion in 'iPad Apps' started by NelsonxzelayA, Apr 4, 2011.
List your top iPad Apps.
Pretty sure this thread already exists.
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Superbrother's Sword & Sworcery is phenomenal.
This time of year, MLB At Bat
Safari and mail.
Zite and Numbers
Flipboard. Best rss/online newspaper I've ever used. It's replaced Pulse for me, which I used on my iPhone.
One that you can't get anymore without jail breaking is VLC, but I got a universal app before they pulled it so I'm super happy about that.
Best game for me so far is Aralon. I love console style RPGs and this one is pitch perfect.
I also use iBooks religiously. Having my triple tap homepage reverse colors makes reading easier longterm on my iPad.
Flipboard, Dropbox, Air Video, Photogene, a bunch of games, etc, I'm probably forgetting a few.
Don't OPlayer and Cinexplayer work better? That was my finding anyway.
VLC was free, and plays anything I've thrown at it yet, so no complaints. I'm curious if the Curia version is just as good.
How does this work? Do you have to purchase it every season or is it one time purchase?
You have to purchase it every season, iPad version is $15.
its only $15? I thought there was something else for $149 or something. I went to the page you linked but it didnt really explain it very well.
The app is only $15... You get access the the pitch-by-pitch virtual gamecast, and the radio broadcast (home or away team). If you want to watch it live it's either $120 for MLB.TV Premium or $100 for MLB.TV Standard. However, for the month of April, MLB.TV (premium I think) is free with the purchase of the iPad app.
Netflix, Skype, Pandora, Zite, Xfinity, and of course, Angry Birds (all versions)
Ok great, thanks for explaining it, much clearer now. Thanks again!
For MLB, you have to pay $99 (0r $129 for premium) and then ANOTHER $15 to play it on the iPad (that's what stinks!).
They have a variety of devices you can use your $99 service on for free (watching it on PS3 works great!). I did buy it for the ipad, for when I travel (often), and it does look great as well.
Edit: Apparently it takes me too long to type! Someone else answered it already.
Pulse, skyfire, dropbox, netflix, mobile mouse, IM+
I had splashtop before but after the update, i cant connect to my desktop anymore...
$15 gets game updates, standings and latest news on every team. For most, that is enough. Pay extra for live audio and video.
I find dropbox on the iPad to kinda, well suck, regardless. I need
PS express - maybe a real version of photoshop some day?
Holy Bible HD
Atomic browser. Way better than Safari in my opinion. Just downloaded it an hour ago and it really does a great job mimicking the desktop experience of browsing. Well worth $0.99.
Mercury browser is also very good, I actually prefer it to Atomic.
Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; zh-cn) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8G4 Safari/6533.18.5)
Yes, except it crashes randomly. Safari almost never does. That alone makes Safari better for me.
Zite is my new favorite app by far.
Flipboard is also awesome, especially if you're into social media.
I love the Hulu app, but you have to pay monthly.
Another vote for ZITE.
Another than the usuals like Angry Birds HD, Weather Network HD and Vevo HD. I don't have any to recommend.
It's great isn't it?