Yesterday Apple released a new iPad advertisement that emphasizes the new iPad’s Retina display and this ad really brings it to life. Apples ad showcases the new iPad features such as emailing, reading via Newsstand, movie and TV show watching, iPhoto gallery making, Numbers document editing, drawing via apps, iBooks 2 textbooks, reading books. All of these features show off how rich the experience is on the iPad Retina display. Continue reading
Today we discovered another new iPad app to go along with the new iPad 3 tablet called configure HD. This new app was released yesterday on the iTunes app store. If you like digital board games like like Sudoku or Scrabble we think you’ll enjoy this game app by Congent Logic developer. This digital board game app is Retina-display ready for the new iPad and we think you’ll be pleased with the vivid graphics.
We found this app easy to navigate and smartly designed with it’s game board interface. Also, we found the pop-up explanations and tutorial to be helpful and clearly explained so that you can be up and playing a game quickly. We also liked that the game can not only be played against the iPad but can be for two player gaming also. Continue reading
The new iPad became available in 25 countries on Friday. The new iPad was first available in nine countries at it’s initial launch week, including the United States, and sales reached 3 million in just 3 days. The countries in which the device became available on Friday include many of the most tech savvy wealthy European countries, like Sweden, and some dense population areas like Mexico City. Continue reading
We found a recently updated iPad 3 app that is ideal for note taking at home, class or the office. This app is from the Developer WebSpinner and is called PaperDesk. PaperDesk has a clean user interface that you’ll intuitively know how to navigate the first time you tap to open this app on the new iPad. We found it to be an easy-to-use notebook replacement type app that we think you’ll integrate into your daily work flow. We like this as one of the best iPad apps for note taking. The design concept behind the PaperDesk app for iPad is to emulate the interaction you’d find with basic pad of paper. Like Apple, it’s good design when has just the right amount of design needed and no more. And that’s what PaperDesk does a nice job with as well as having plenty of features that you’ll need for a stellar note taking app.
When you first open up the PaperDesk iPad app for the first time, you will actually be presented with an empty wooden desk. That is where you’ll store all of your notebooks. (Screenshots and video demo after break) Continue reading
Apple is feeling very good today as their stock price soared over $600 per shared and they announced that they have sold three million of the new iPad 3 devices. The new iPad 3 went on sale on Friday, March 16. People pre-ordered at record levels and waited in lines to grab the 3rd generation release. This new iPad 3 comes with the new Retina Display, A5X chip, a new iSight camera, and 4G LTE capabilities on certain models. Three million iPad 3’s sold marks a big milestone for Apple especially since the iPad 3 only went on sale three days ago. And remember that it took a full month for Apple to hit the one million mark for the first-generation iPad. Continue reading