We found a top iPad apps for presentations and as a teaching tool called Air Sketch. Imagine you have just made a sales presentation on the big screen in front of the executive committee. During the Q&A that follows you want to validate each comment and idea that is offered by your audience. You could give a nod or even jot down notes on paper but even better would be to turn your big screen into a whiteboard that you sketch on from your iPad. Air Sketch apps for iPad allows you to transform your iPad into a wireless whiteboard! (screenshots below the break) Continue Reading →
I enjoy listening to music on my iPad 2 all day long. I’m typically using either the Pandora or Groove iPad apps to play my tunes. I’ve just found a cool iPad app just released that doesn’t require buying songs or memberships. This new iPad app is called Music Tandem, and allows you create your custom music channels from videos published on YouTube and Last.fm.
Tap on this iPad app and you’ll quickly be listening to your favorite artists. This app allows you to create playlists based on an artist, tag or genre just like you would on Pandora. I really like the fast search function that immediately begins making song suggestions as you type the name of the artist. With so many artists and songs on YouTube you will have a wide variety of artists available. You can navigate easily through ad free songs and even skip past videos quickly. With one tap of this iPad app you’ll quickly create new music channels as Music Tandem offers new suggestions. You can add an unlimited number of music Channels and from there setup your own Favorite Channels for quick access each time you open this iPad app. (screenshots after the break) Continue Reading →
Turkish developer, Swift Development has just updated their uniquely designed iPad app game called GMO Buster HD. According to the developers, this iPad app game concept originated from observing the wildly successful Angry Birds app.
The game concept is just as fun as Angry Birds but with a more meaningful and organic message attached. Smash and obliterate Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). GMO crops have been very controversial around the globe and U.S.opposition to genetically modified food has been strong in the past. Not only can you become an activist in banning GMO’s but you can cut, toss and Ninja slice the genetically altered tomatoes in this game app for iPad. The good guys in this game are are the BIO tomatoes who fight against the GMO tomatoes. The object of this game is to smash the GMO tomatoes and protect mother earth. (screenshots and video demo after break) Continue Reading →
A new iPad app was launched by Google today called Google Catalogs. This Google app for iPad lets the user to swipe through their favorite catalogs in a digital format on the iPad device. No need to have catalogs scattered all over the coffee table now neatly keep them all in this iPad app. This is very innovative on Google’s part to expand their search presence and extend it on to the most popular new search platform, mobile devices. Also a great an interesting way to offer local special offers. (video and screenshots after break) Continue Reading →
In this review we’ve found a new iPad app game called Gorilla Jump HD. The gameplay in this app for iPad is all about the jump. Gorilla Jump is a smooth and entertaining app just released on the app store. Here is the gist of this game: You guide the Gorilla ever higher leaping from one ledge to the next, while avoiding enemies and hurling bananas as weapons. The jumping action of the gorilla is automatic, but you must aim your gorilla to land correctly after each jump. You will be faced with a randomized interface on your iPad screen that changes with each new start.
In this new iPad app game there are power boosts, such as a jet pack, trampolines that propel your gorilla, and the Super Gorilla mode-that turns your gorilla into an unstoppable force. (Video demo and screenshots below break) Continue Reading →
Apple’s terms of service for iPad app developers is that subscription-based iPad apps pay 30% to Apple. Vudu has just released a Web-based version of its best iPad app that gets around this restriction. Walmart (owns Vudu) has just announced their Vudu movie streaming service is now available to iPad 2 users via a web app (opposed to an iOS app), which effectively allows Vudu to go behind Apple’s back. The app for iPad also works on other iOS devices, but has only been optimized for the iPad display.
Other best iPad apps developers may choose this course which also allows Vudu to be able to push out new updates whenever they choose, rather than having to wait for Apple approval. Basically this “optimized” iPad experience enables iPad users to view Vudu through the Safari web browser to purchase and rent movies or even TV episodes in standard definition. Simply go to Continue Reading →