Popular iPad Applications from 2010 – They’re Still Rocking It
by - Casey Nolan | 4 years ago
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We have looked across a wide variety of iPad applications and after a thorough analysis, we have come to the conclusion that, these 9 apps are some of the best applications; you can get for free…
You won’t find all the episodes of Modern Family and Lost, but then again, it doesn’t have to be a reason to pass on such a nice online video player. The ABC player works amazingly fine over a 3G connection and the video quality is not all shabby. As far as those suspense filled webisodes are concerned, you can get a hang of them, through the scheduled mode only.
Epicurious Recipes & Shopping List
Get yourself a nice kitchen stand for the iPad because it is time for you to use your iPad as a kitchen computer. The free Epicurious Recipes and Shopping List, make a great companion, and all those recipes can be easily gone through, whether you have the iPad or the iPhone.
IMDB Movies & TV
Fire away with your fingers by tapping through the biggest IMDB Movies and TV episodes collections. Through this application, you can watch trailers, access movie reviews, watch TV shows and much more…
Kayak Flights is a unique application that lets you take a glimpse at multiple user interfaces. One pane of the Kayak Flights is all about finding new flights, setting up your destination, travel routes and checking in on airfares. Other panes are divided among, new offers, packages and times etc.
The free version of Kindle lets you handle books you have purchased from Amazon.Com and we already know that Amazon offers a huge collection of books, as compared to Apple’s.
If you are already a paying membership of Netflix, then it is time for you to head out and grab the free Netflix application for your iPad. With the easy to install procedure, by the end of it, you will be watching movies like anything – Entertainment was never this much convenient…
NPR for iPad
Through the NPR for iPad, you can listen to online radio all day long and the free version of the NPR lets you hear news, watch shows, go through podcasts and you can also do a lot of reading without any cost.
NYT Editors’ Choice
The NYT has one of the leading entities, when it comes to news in the digital format. It isn’t the full version of New York Times, because since you are hooked to the free application, the NYT only offers a small set of daily news.
Twitterrific for the iPad
Twitterrific for the iPad is the crème la crème because you can browse mentions, messages, favorites, lists, trends and a lot more than that. The contextual popups let you view all the conversations in the threaded format. The free mode of Twitterrific comes with those extra irritating ads, but you can always be a paying member at anytime you want.
That’s all for today. If you are interested in suggesting other applications that we may have missed, feel free to leave feedback through the comments section below.
About Casey Nolan
Hello everyone, I am Bilal Malik AKA 'Casey Nolan'; Head Editor and owner of 'Infinarium.Com'. For product reviews, article requests, recommendations, or if you just want to get something off your chest, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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