Tablet PCs have made their way into the digital culture in a blink of an eye. With the release of the new iPad3, people are wondering if it really is worth buying it.
One of the main reasons why people would buy an iPad is the tons of applications you can install to add spice to your usual and boring digital life. Applications have been in the digital world for a long time. Apple has utilized its potential to be the leader in the PC Tablet competition, creating applications that are most appealing to the masses. Here are some amazing apps that will make you think twice of not buying an iPad.
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1# 100 Cameras in 1
100 Cameras in 1, as the name implies, offers 100 custom effects that can be applied to any photo in your library. It is very easy to use with its simple and innovative interface. Effects can even be stacked many times generating some fascinating results. Furthermore, its Game Center Integration gives users a different kind of app by giving them the chance to earn achievements from sharing photos to using different kinds of effects.
GarageBand is a great app for musicians to manipulate or modify their music. It turns your iPad into a music-composing contraption. Its user-friendly interface and simple tools make it a very easy-to-use application. Some of the other highlights include MIDI editing, music lessons and 50 virtual software instruments.
DropBox is a fantastic app for syncing your documents across multiple devices. It features a simple interface, easy uploading and syncing of files. The free version offers 2GB of storage which is good enough for storing important files.
AIM is an all-in-one social network software for people who want to be in with the latest status updates from their friends and families. AIM redefines how you connect with people. All you need to do is just sign in for an AIM account and you’re all set up. You can chat directly with Facebook or Google Talk and you may also send and receive messages over Wi-Fi or cellular networks.
5# Draw Something
Draw Something is a simple drawing game which aims for the user to guess what their opponent is drawing. The game is turn-based so it is best suited for casual gaming. You can play with friends by signing up via Facebook or get paired up with a random stranger. This game is quite addicting and a good way to kill time during those long bus trips.
Penultimate turns your iPad to either a notebook or a sketchpad. Using your finger as a stylus, you can write or draw anything you want. This can be deemed useful when you need to take notes for classes and meetings.
7# Air Video
Air Video is a video streaming app that can handle multiple formats. It allows users to stream video over the network from your home computer. With its live conversion, video files that are not supported by iPad are automatically converted while you’re watching.
Things is basically a task manager or more like your e-planner. With its intuitive and simple design you can manage time and track your to-dos more easily. This app is great for business minded people and for ones who need some organization in their lives.
9# Temple Run
Temple Run is another awesome time killer. It’s clearly one of the best running games the App Store has to offer. Your aim in this game is to run in a temple endlessly, avoiding booby traps and obstacles along the way. These kinds of games are the ones that really get you hooked up and just play it over and over again.
Kindle is an eBook reader for iPad. Kindle simply takes book reading to a new level. With Kindle, you won’t run out of space for your bookshelves anymore and to top that, its library is so vast you won’t run out of book to read in a rainy day.
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