New Ipad Apps
Because of the iPad’s popularity app developers are very willing to design apps for this tablet. New releases are announced on a weekly basis, so you will never find it hard to discover an app suitable for your needs. If you are interested in recent releases of new iPad apps, here’s a list of choices you should consider.
Showyou is a new iPad app that takes advantage of the tablet’s capabilities when it comes to video playback. The large screen, the high resolution and the high level of portability make the iPad suitable for supporting videos in HD quality. The only problem is that not many suitable video aggregation apps can be found on the app market. Fortunately Showyou was released to fill in the blanks, because it’s designed to create interactive streams of videos considered interesting on social networking sites like Twitter or Facebook or on YouTube or other similar websites. Considering that Showyou is available for free, you should give it a try.
Skype is another recent release that was expected by many iPad users. It’s true that FaceTime does a pretty good job as alternative, but it has one limitation that prevents many iPad users from making the most out of its capabilities: it can’t be used to call people close to you that aren’t owners of Apple devices. That’s why Skype seems more desirable: it uses Wi-Fi for allowing you to video call any other Skype user, no matter what type of device he is currently using. The best part is that Skype is a free iPad app.
Rdio is another new iPad app that should be taken into consideration, because it comes to answer to another need of iPad users. If you are a fan of listening to music on your iPad you know what I’m talking about. Not many music streaming apps for iPad are available, so it feels good to know that someone thought to develop and release an iPad app that works as a social music service and allows you to listen to as many songs as you wish no matter where on this planet you go. Currently, 10 million songs are accessible within this app’s interface. Pricing is another story. Although a free 7-day trial is offered, to use it on a daily basis you will have to pay $9.99 per month.
If you are a fan of Flipboard-style magazines, then Editions is another new iPad app that you should take into consideration. What this app does for iPad users is extract interesting news from the AOL content network and integrate it in a customized news feed.
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