Top 10 iPad Apps

Here is the list of top 10 Apps for your iPad.

Dropbox

Dropbox iPhone app gives you full access your Dropbox from your iPhone, including your photos, videos, and documents. Once you open the app you will enter your account info and see a nice alphabetical list of all your PC or MAC files on your iPhone or iPod touch, with matching icons that display the file types. You can add or remove files to to a list of favorites which get download for viewing offline later. The Dropbox app is smart enough to know if a downloaded file has changed when you sync (hit Update All) and will get you the latest version of your favorites automatically. Syncing can be a great way to take notes, or create to do lists on your PC and view them on your iPhone at any time.

Netflix

Netflix is a free app for the iPad that was  launch on April 3rd. If you’re a netflix subscriber you can watch instantly anything in Netflix’s online collection directly on your iPad. You can stream TV shows and movies just like you would on your computer. You can watch as often as you want as it’s part of the Netflix unlimited membership if you have it. You can resume watching where you left off on your computer. You can also browse and manage your quenee from the app.

Plants vs Zombies

Zombies fan or not, this game will suck the life out of you as you fall victim to each engrossing level. The game starts out with a few semi-harmless zombies and some less-than-potent plants that you will need to attack and kill the oncoming onslaught of the undead. As you level up, the zombies become more menacing and the plants more lethal. Zombies is paid apps Price : $9.99

Angry Birds

Angry Birds shot up the charts when it was released for the iPhone, and it has long-since cemented its position at the top with numerous free updates, each of which have added a ton of new levels. If you’re unfamiliar with the game, think of other similar 2D physics puzzles in which you much knock down structures. Your goal in each level is to take out all the evil green piggies using a variety of unique birds, each with their own destructive ability. The iPhone version does suffer from the iPhone’s small screen size, but the iPad version solves that problem, effectively delivering the ultimate piggie-mauling experience. Angry Birds is paid apps Price:$4.99

Twitterrific

The Iconfactory is known for putting elegance and functionality into their apps and Twitterrific for iPad is more of the same.  The app features an easy to understand interface that places all of your replies, retweets, mentions, and direct messages in a single list, while also allowing you to filter through them via buttons on the left-hand side.  The free version features ads in the timeline, while the paid version removes the ads.  It’s your call.

Evernote

Evernote is free.  When you load it on your iPad though there is a brand new look. When you see your notebooks they look like stacks in iPad iPhoto, each note in a notebook appears in the left column with a large view in the main window, and of course you have access to the big iPad keyboard.

GoodReader

It is a very powerful piece of software! Created by Good.iware, GoodReader is available for the iPhone, the iPod Touch, and the iPad. Some of the add-on features cost money if you are using it on the iPhone or Touch, but the iPad version includes all of the features for no cost. GoodReader does so much, you will probably find yourself using it all of the time! It truly is the one of the best $.99 purchases you will ever make for your iPad!

Instapaper

Instapaper is simple and highly addictive. This is a great iPhone app, it’s even better on the iPad with its bigger screen and better graphics resolution. The iPad and iPhone apps not only download articles for offline reading, but also format the articles for on-screen reading by removing clutter, changing the font and automatically scaling the graphics. You can move through articles by either tapping the screen to turn pages or tilting the device forward or backward to make the article scroll. (It’s possible to accidentally tilt the iPad and start scrolling when you don’t want to, so I prefer to tap the screen to turn pages.

Air Video

You first need to install the free Air Video server on your Mac or PC, and this allows you to stream video across a local network to the Air Video app on your iPad. It can also convert file formats such as DivX into iPad-compatible MPEG 4/H.264 for you. The free version limits the number of files that the app will display, but the full version is well worth £1.79 if you like to use the iPad for watching video.

Amazon Kindle

The Kindle app is optimized for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, giving users the ability to read Kindle books on a beautiful, easy-to-use interface. You’ll have access to over 725,000* books in the Kindle Store, including best sellers and new releases. Amazon Whispersync automatically syncs your last page read, bookmarks, notes, and highlights.