2012′s Top 3 iPad Apps You’ve Got to Experience
Technological advancement has exploded with the passing of each year. A gamut of technical devices is being invented and brought out every year. From iPads to iPhones to Android devices to other smartphones, to dozens of other such devices are constantly being launched with wide array of apps to fill all kinds of niche needs. One of the most popular devices that people are using is the iPad.
When you have an iPad in your hand, do you really require a desktop or a laptop? Those who have been using iPads know that they don’t. iPads are a mini computer system ready to assist you while you’re on the go. How many apps do you really need on your iPad? You might have experimented with a number of apps but probably deleted most of them.
Check this list of the best iPad apps of 2012. You might have used some of them and can comment on a few as well.
Live tweeting while watching television has become an increasingly popular pastime. Whether it is the Olympics or the Grammys, you’re sure to see the Twittersphere blow up when these types of events take place. Now, when you are carrying a second screen with you, why shouldn’t you use it for entertaining yourself? This app makes television much more immersive for you and gives you the privilege to use the screen to your advantage.
This is a social platform enabling you to interact and chat with like-minded viewers across the world through stats and games. Click the “zeetag” on the program you are watching and get more information about the viewing options for your show. This wonderful app is offered to you for FREE.
As you can understand from the name of the app itself, this app is like a sketch pad or an everyday notebook. This is a creative app that allows you to enjoy drawing, writing, doodling, and anything else you can do with plain paper. You are provided with plenty of artistic scope and innumerable tools. Paper App has no clunky settings–all you have to do is select the stylus you prefer and start making paintings, sketches and write ups as much as you desire. Thanks to the iPad retina display, that doesn’t make your work shabby at all.
Most of the iPhoto functions from Apple are found in the iPads thereby making you an established photo editor. With just touch of the button, you can have improved photos. You can now repair the red-eyes, add white balance and adjust the contrast of any image.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
This article was written by Timothy Anderson, a website developer and tech junky who keeps updated on various technical devices, especially iPads. He suggests that readers contact online iPad support services when encountering iPad issues.