Apple has lowered the prices of its refurbished iPad tablets to the lowest prices ever. The 1st generationiPad 16GB Wifi is now down to only $279(while they last). Next the iPad 2 has been dropped down to starting a base price of just $319, a price drop of $30 over previous $349 discount. Higher capacity iPads are dropped as low as $50 over prices set when Apple debuted the new iPad in March. Continue Reading →
A while back we reviewed another iPad app by the developer Red HIll Studios called Painting with Time. Now they bring you another great educational iPad app about climate change. This app is called Painting with Time: Climate Change. This sequel app was released last month and it’s out in time for Earth Day.
This wonderful app for iPad has designed a great and engaging user interface so that with the swipe of your finger you can explore the dramatic ways earth is changing due to rising temperatures. Prepare to enjoy the ease of use and wonderful images but also you will probably be a saddened to visually see how rapidly climate change is changing our world. Continue Reading →
We noticed that the very popular Scanner Pro app for iPad 3 by the developer Readdle was updated in a few days ago. This is an iPad app that becomes a functional scanner-replacement. The update adds on all new iPad version that is super intuitive, easy to learn, and very functional.
Scanner Pro for the iPad uses your device’s camera to create a scan of any document onto your iPad 3 device. It mimics a real scanner, but with even more efficiency because you are using the new iPad 3 camera that can connect to the internet. That internet connection allows you to quickly upload your scanned files to your favorite services like Dropbox, Evernote and Google Docs. (sreenshots below the break) Continue Reading →
We wanted to share with you a brand new iPad app from JoyTunes, the developers of RecorderMaster! The name of this new iPad app is called Piano Dust Buster which transforms piano practice into a fun experience. The developers have really hit a homerun with the design of this new app. When you first open the app you’ll immediately begin playing piano on this iPad app or you can use your actual piano to integrate in with real piano practice. We really like the graphics and the creative concept of when players play the correct note in this app the granny character hits it with her dust buster…thus the app name- Piano Dust Buster.
We think you’ll enjoy how the Piano Dust Buster app allows you to play the notes using an onscreen piano keyboard or you can play with your own piano. Germ Attack and Staff Master are the 2 game modes that turn piano practice into a fun game. In Germ Attack players play a note as it reaches a specific rhythm line. The note comes down over the key on the onscreen keyboard making it easy to see what to play. Points are earned and the Germ Attack tracks high scores and integrates with Game Center. (screenshot and video demo after break) 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 →