We discovered a cool music iPad app that offers YouTube music videos on your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. The iPad app is called Music Tubee and is a free YouTube music player app that offers iPad users the top ranked and latest hits of your favorite songs with the Top 100 Charts by country.
What we like about this iPad app is that Music Tubee automatically finds music videos on YouTube. The design of this app is well done and is easy to navigate to the top ranked videos and allows users to listen to the latest songs without making a purchase from the iTunes Music Store. Continue reading
Yesterday, Apple released and aired two new commercials for TV that are for both the full-sized iPad and iPad mini. The new ad showcases reading with iBooks, collaborative gaming, and a few more iPad apps from the iTunes App Store.
Above is the “Alive” and after the break you can see the “Together” video ad. Continue reading
We recently were searching for an alternative calendar for the iPad. We found and interesting calendar that was just updated a few days ago called HOPSCOT from the developer Denis Zakharov. You may be wondering why you’d consider another calendar since Apple has already created iCal.
In short, the Hopscot iPad app brings together the best of both worlds regarding your calendar and your address book. It is designed to help you manage your events and the people you want to assign to those events in compact format which we found easy to use. We like how the developer made the user interface easy to navigate and intuitive. Continue reading
The Wickedly Sisters’ are a writing duo with over 20 years working as journalists, cartoonists, and illustrators. There app book entitled Spoon and the Moon is not quite approved for the iTunes app store as there still waiting approval. We can’t wait to see this wonderfully illustrated innovative app on the new iPad 3 with his retina display. The Spoon and the Moon is a multimedia iNovel app with clever animations, a hot soundtrack written and performed by musicians from Europe and North America, and with cool multi-touch features that currently are only available on Kindle and Android devices. Below the break see the description by the developer for this upcoming iPad 3 app. Continue reading
Last night the long awaited Skype iPad 2 App was released to the US app store but was quickly yanked by Skype within a few hours. If you remember a few months back Skype had another faux pas when they posted a YouTube video demoing their upcoming iPad 2 app which they also pulled quickly. Is this a new kind of marketing ploy where you blunder to get press? Maybe the Skype employee responsible for pushing the button on their new iPad 2 app has a neurological tic that causes PSR (Premature Skype Release). Could it be the curse of being in the process of being acquired by Microsoft? Skype’s response to their goof came by way of Twitter at about midnight EST which you can see in the screen capture above. Continue reading