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Visual thinkers, particularly from age 10 through 18, will want Inspiration in their academic toolbox.
Make a robust daily journal.
Home Inventory offers a place to list your possessions.
AddressBookSync uses a clean interface and simple procedures to help coordinate the people in your Mac OS X Address Book with your Facebook friends.
What we said about this app when it was an iPhone- and iPod touch-only offering is still true now that it's optimized to run on the iPad: PocketCloud significantly ups the game for remote computer access.
AEC Software’s FastTrack Schedule 10 has a newly designed interface, powerful enterprise-level features, and handy extras that make it an outstanding project management aid.
This app for finding internships has a pleasant interface that's easy to navigate. The problem is with the listings themselves, which may not match your career aspirations or location.
Hire Me is an earnest attempt to help you land a job. Sadly, in spite of its good intentions, the app just isn't that genuinely useful.
Memo Connect Reader is a visually-pleasing way to read your Google Docs on your iPad.
Keynote for iPad is a good value as a standalone tool. But as a complement to the desktop version, Keynote for iPad is disappointing.
Apple’s iPad word processor offers amazing features but lacks basic and necessary printing and file sharing options.
Taken for what it is (an incredibly feature-rich spreadsheet program running with a full touch interface on a 1.5 pound portable computing device) Numbers is a good start, and should meet the needs of most anyone looking to use their iPad to create and work with spreadsheets.
Web-based accounting and billing application offers a viable alternative to desktop accounting applications.
Abbyy FineReader Express for Mac is fast and accurate OCR software.
Time clock application offers small businesses big time tracking features.