This all-in-one photo app delivers an impressive set of features. If you're looking for something that lets you snap images, make some on-the-spot edit, and share photos with others, Camera Plus Pro is worth a look. But connoisseurs of good design -- both in terms of usability and appearance -- might find this app a little disappointing.
The latest version of Ecamm Network’s PhoneView for the Mac adds support for the iPad.
Apple led off its iPhone 4.0 preview event with some numbers about the iPad. The company has sold 450,000 tablets since launching the device over the weekend. And users have downloaded more than 3.5 million iPad apps.
The iPad’s Home screen lacks some basic utilities in its default setup and one of them is a calculator. Shift Apps’ Digits Calculator fills the gap.
The lite version of Guinness World Records brings over 140 unbelievable records to the iPad in a stunning interface.
Linkinus increases the number of things you’ll be able to do on the iPad to include Internet Relay Chats.
With the iPad version of Things, you can now sync and manage your to-dos with the existing Mac and iPhone versions of the app.
With the iPad version of SugarSync, you can remotely access and share your files and folders from the company’s paid cloud-based services.
While Apple offers extended warranty against manufacturing defects on the iPad, SquareTrade goes the extra mile and insures it against accidental damage as well.
Yahoo launches Yahoo Entertainment for the iPad, a native app that provide full access to the entertainment features on the Website.
ABC Player lets users stream full episodes of some of the most popular ABC shows to the iPad.
If you want to buy an iPad on launch day, Milo can help you find a well stocked Best Buy outlet.
Already a well-known app on the iPhone, TapFactory has brought its note-taking app, Stick It, to the iPad.
Apple may not have included its iPhone weather app with its new device but that doesn't mean you won’t have any weather apps on your iPad.
The Swiss Federal Administrative Court has denied Apple's appeal over the trademark for "iPhone," but all is not lost yet.