- Red Ball
This highly addictive game isn’t the number one most downloaded free iPad app for nothing. While the game-play controls need a bit of improvement, it’s a pretty fun game, especially considering the price.
Apple’s senior vice president of iPhone software, Considering that anyone with a decent amount of Facebook friends can access a wealth of profiles, updates, photos, and more, you can use it to be the hippest stalker ever.
Flickr has always been a great resource for photographers and photography fans. With Flickr on the iPad, you’ll be able to cycle through Flickr’s amazing collection of photos with a much bigger screen.
4. NBC Olympic
With the Winter Olympics just a few short days a way, this new app from NBC will let you keep up with medal counts and updates on all of the action from Vancouver. The app will also allow viewers to access video highlights for free.
5. AP Mobile
If you want to take a break from the New York Times iPad app, then check out AP Mobile. This comprehensive app offers stories,photos, videos, and more. With the larger screen, videos & photos around the globe are bound to pop more.
6. Virtuoso Piano Free
Here’s an app that looks a bit like the life-size piano from the movie Big (when compared with how it looks on the iPhone). It’s also not just for seasoned musicians. The app helps you learn to play the piano by labeling the keys by their notes.
If Apple plans to let Kindle stay on the iPhone/iPad platform, the Kindle app would be a good alternative to Apple’s new iBooks bookstore. All the Kindle users out there who want to give the iPad a spin but want access to all their Kindle-format ebooks might best appreciate this app.
Love to cook? If so, the Epicurious iPad app is made for you. This App lets you brows recipes (complete with delicious looking pictures) and create shopping lists for the ingredients you need.
With a free Box.net account you can share and collaborate on all types of files, making it a perfect app for students or employees who need to collaborate on documents or projects.
The Shazam iPad app recognizes the song for you and lets you listen to previews and purchase the tracks. The iPad version features faster song recognition and, for a limited time, the launch version includes unlimited tagging.
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