Posted by Mike Lata | Apr 12, 2012 | Comments 0
Taposé is an app with a very interesting history. It was originally inspired by the ill-fated Microsoft tablet, the Courier. After being rejected by Apple and stuck in the approval process for what seems like forever, it has finally come to the iPad in great form. It is available for $2.99 from the App Store from Zanther, Inc.
Posted by Mike Lata | Mar 21, 2012 | Comments 0
If you enjoy finding different recipes to cook from and collecting recipes in digital form, you should check out MealGuru for iPad. The app is a digital recipe book that focuses on balanced and healthy meals. It is available on the App Store for $4.99.
Posted by Mike Lata | Dec 13, 2011 | Comments 0
Bongiorno – Good Morning! is the latest app from developers at faqden.com who are generally known for their MIT-tested educational apps. This free app is quite different from those offerings. It focuses on giving you daily updates. The updates range from news to weather, tweets and alarm. This app essentially turns your iPad into a personal digital assistant.
Posted by Mike Lata | Oct 24, 2011 | Comments 0
If you are often doing productivity work on the go from your iPad, you should check out Trailhead.
Posted by Mike Lata | Mar 01, 2011 | Comments 0
For those DJs and music lovers out there looking to spice up your iPads with more than just an iPod iTunes music library and want to actually mix some songs together into something unique — be sure to check out DJ World Studio by Little World Studio. Although I am not too familiar with remixes and club DJing, I found myself really drawn to this app and enjoying the content I created. There are just so many options and ways to manipulate sounds with the app it’s pretty mesmerizing. It also taught me a lot about real DJing as the app is advertised for both beginners and pros. DJ World Studio is a great way to learn the trade digitally first and practice for seasoned DJ artists. The app also really shines in the sense how intuitive it is and how it takes advantage of almost all corners of the iPad’s touchscreen. Go to iPadmodo for the full review.
Posted by Mike Lata | Feb 16, 2011 | Comments 0
A while back, I posted a little guide with tips on how to multitask effectively on the iPad and use the various apps together effectively to accomplish tasks normally reserved for non-mobile computers (desktops or laptops). In that sense, as an iPad owner, you can get a lot of useful productivity done. By multitasking and really learning how to use the iPad to it’s full potential, you won’t need to connect it to iTunes or a computer as often as you think. Since the time I wrote the Appmodo guide, I’ve discovered many other apps and features I wanted to add and address so I am updating the former article. I also realized that I only posted it on Appmodo and I’m now adding the guide to iPadmodo as well. So head on over to iPadmodo to read this guide full of tips in order to get the most out of your iPad.