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The newly released Financial Times app for the iPad will give you full access to the publication, including offline viewing options, for free until July 31st.
We continue our look at the best apps available for the iPad with nine App Store offerings that won't cost you a dime to download.
The Netflix for iPad 1.0.2 update adds support for video output via the iPad's optional VGA, component, or composite adapters.
Vanity Fair has joined the ranks of magazines offering its own issue-based apps. The June issue is now available for both the iPad and iPhone in the App Store for $5 (the same as the cover price of a paper copy). Future issue purchases will be $4.
The future of TV entertainment has “iPad” written all over it—but not for the reasons you may think.
Madcap Studios's DigitalComics, released on Tuesday, provides a unique spin on iPhone and iPad comic reading: vibration and animatics.
Major TV and film studios are making their biggest push yet to answer consumers' demands for mobile video. But despite successes like iTunes Store video for the iPod and iPhone, and (more recently) Netflix for iPad, the revenue nut has yet to be cracked.
The latest version of ABC Player streams free television shows over 3G and feature various other improvements.
A major update to Rhapdosy's iPhone client allows for downloading of music playlists for offline listening.
Jumsoft has updated its popular iPhone personal financial management software with iPad compatibility. The company has also released Money 3.5, an updated version for Mac that allows for iPad syncing.
MobiTv, Inc.'s MobiTV iPhone app now delivers live TV and video-on-demand content straight to your iPhone.
It appears that Boxee, the social media software designed to bring Internet video content to user's televisions, is no longer content with just one screen.
Smule's latest musical app lets you sing along with the songs from the hit TV series Glee, with automatic pitch correction and harmonies.
ABC, the only network to have a dedicated iPad app for streaming its programming, is showing signs of success, with 205,000 downloads so far.
Google Mobile App now takes advantage of the iPad's full screen; new iPad-centric features coming later, says the company.