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Best iPad apps

  1. 1. The Best iPad Apps Available
  2. 2. Kindle Amazon’s digital book storefront is a better alternative to Apple’s iBooks. Unlike iBooks, which are only accessible on Applemade devices, Kindle books can be read from just about any smartphone, PC or tablet.
  3. 3. Box There are countless cloud storage solutions available to iPad owners. Box sets itself apart from the rest by offering an enormous amount of free storage. Now through February 14, iPad owners that download Box get 50 GB free.
  4. 4. Google Chrome Google’s browser is a great alternative to Apple’s Safari. In addition to making it easier to search with Google, Chrome has superior support for voice dictation and syncs across all devices.
  5. 5. Flipboard The premiere news reading app, Flipboard makes it easy to browse headlines and stories from all your favorite online publications. Its magazine UI is built for touch -- users swipe through stories.
  6. 6. Camera+ iPad owners that use their tablet for picture taking should consider purchasing Camera+. It improves on the iPad’s standard camera software by adding a number of features that make taking and editing high-quality photographs possible.
  7. 7. Mailbox Struggling with an overflowing e-mail inbox? Mailbox may be the app for you. Its basic premise is to encourage users to do something with every email they receive –archive, delete, respond or save for later. Mailbox was designed with touch in mind.
  8. 8. Paper Paper is the app for artists. Using a stylus or your finger, you can sketch, draw or paint images with Paper’s many virtual tools. The basic version is free, but more advanced features must be purchased from within the app.
  9. 9. Plants vs Zombies There literally thousands of different games for the iPad, but the original Plants vs Zombies stands head and shoulders above the rest. This tower defense game appeals both to casual gamers and hardcore players alike.
  10. 10. Skype Skype supports text messaging, audio calls and video conferencing. Unlike Apple’s FaceTime, which is only accessible on Apple-made hardware, Skype lets you contact users with Android and Windows devices.
  11. 11. Spotify Apple includes iTunes for purchasing songs, and iTunes Radio for listening to free music, but Spotify offers something different. For about $10 per month, Spotify subscribers get access to a catalog of millions of songs they can stream on demand.
  12. 12. The Next Great Tech Trend: Wearable Computing