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Hey there Tablet fans! It’s been a long time since we showed you some of the neat things you can do on your iPads, and I’m absolutely in love with a great new app called Blogsy.
It wasn’t long ago that major cable companies like Time Warner began releasing iPad apps which allow users to stream Cable TV to their iPad’s. This user friendly feature adds an instant benefit to any home fighting for television real estate. But big media companies are disrupting your happy home, and they’re currently yanking some [...]
Today Atari released 100 classic titles on the App Store, expanding iPad owners already impressive access to an incredible library of retro games on iOS. The most exciting part? They will all function perfectly with the forthcoming iCade accessory, which turns your iPad into a fully functioning retro arcade cabinet!
I was playing with PhotoBooth on iPad last night and realized that the kaleidoscope feature is a lot more interactive than I anticipated. I made a video of it just for fun, so if you’re interested, check it out. When fully zoomed out, you can have what looks like dozens if not hundreds of individual [...]
If you’re an iPhone owner, it appears that you don’t need to purchase a 3G model of the iPad if you want to use it on the go. Not only can you share your iPhone’s data connection with the iPad via personal hotspot, but the phone will also pass GPS information to the iPad when [...]
Take a video tour of some of the new features of the iPad 2. Particularly the new cameras, iMovie, and some of the high end games from the App Store which were updated to take advantage of the iPad 2′s incredible horsepower.
GarageBand for iPad is a new app that lets you play and record music on your iPad with ease. Get an in depth look at this fresh new app by checking out our hands on demo video.
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Without a doubt, two of the most exciting announcements yesterday were iMovie and GarageBand coming to the iPad. The fact is, any of Apple’s big competitors could come on stage tomorrow showing an eight-core tablet with dual 12 megapixel cameras and more bells and whistles than you can shake a stick at. That’s the easy [...]
The updated version of The Daily for iPad is now available for download from the App Store. The revised app brings two improvements requested by users, better stability, and more responsiveness.
If you want to see why Apple is being so bullish about it’s App Store revenue these days, just take a look at this infographic. Apple’s predicted App Store revenue for 2011 is $15 Billion, and their customers spend far more money on 3rd party apps and services than the competition’s.