So you’ve got an iPad and you probably want to start thinking about getting an app. There is an iPad app for almost everything. Here we are going to look at an iPad app or two that are more recently made, giving you an insight into the world of Apple.
Docs to Go Premium (with prices from just $11.99)
‘Docs to Go Premium’ is a new iPad app that will sort out your entire document needs. It also has the unique ability to be able to work with many documents. One of the best things about this iPad app is the way that it can sort out practically all of your Office documents and it will also work with some of the cloud services, (for example SugarSync and Google Docs.) The application uses the iPad interface to a great effect which makes it easy to work with documents of any time at any time. The price for this iPad App is a shade under $12 ($11.99 to be exact) so will come at a big price for an App, but it assures quality for its big price tag.
The To-Do List (with prices from just $4.99)
Another great iPad app is the “To-Do List.” For years we have kept tiny post-it notes to remind us of those little things that keep is going day-to-day. Now, this iPad App allows you to keep the records electronically for under $5. If you’re still wondering, it’s not a scribble board or a whiteboard but allows for you to keep an organised and well detailed record of everything that you want to remember. You also have the ability to sync this iPad app with an online account at Toodledo. Giving you a lot of control as to how you use the list. It’s an organised solution to a practical technique at an affordable price.
Air Display (with prices from just $9.99)
Air Display proves to be that iPad app that you use more than you ever thought that you would. In a nutshell, it turns your iPad into a wireless external monitor for your MacBook, giving you a mobile two monitor setup. For just $9.99 it gives you an extra screen for the MacBook, originally, you may think that this is a waste for an iPad app, but it can actually prove to be more useful than you originally think. It’s clever, unique and one hell of an App.
Bulletin XL (with prices from just £2.99)
The bulletin XL is the cheapest app on the list here and allows you to keep up with hundreds of RSS feeds and is also quite a precious app. Bulletin presents a simple user interface and tight Google Reader integration. The cost for this App is under three dollars so even if it turns out that you don’t like it, you still won’t have wasted much of your money at all, and we almost guarantee that you won’t as it turns out to be a great App.