One secret to the success of the Apple iPhone is the tremendous number of quality apps available, and now, Apple iPad come. We asked What Will Be Your Primary Use If You Buy an iPad before, one of the answers probably would be it based which apps you could take. Now you can take over 1000 new apps made just for iPad on the Apple App Store, from games to education to productivity. And the developers will create more and more better iPad apps. I tried to create a list of 15 great iPad apps, hope you can enjoy them!
1Password for iPad($6.99)
1Password for iPad securely stores your important information and can automatically log you into websites with a single tap.
1Password is an extremely useful app for both the Mac and the iPhone, and now it’s available for the iPad too. You can store any information you want using 1Password’s preconfigured templates and categories.
BuzzVoice Lets You LISTEN to the Web’s Top News & Blogs On-the-go! It’s like “Pandora for news & blogs.” Stream it in the car, gym, train – Everywhere.
You can listen to current news & blogs while doing other things.
iMockups for iPad($4.99)
Mockups provides designers and developers with the ability to quickly draft wireframes for their websites and iPhone/iPad apps. Created exclusively for the iPad, iMockups combines a beautiful interface with intuitive functionality, taking full advantage of the breakthrough touchscreen device.
iMockups makes it much easier for you to create wireframes and layouts for the iPad or iPhone. Wireframing can be an invaluable process and while it can absolutely be done on paper, it often works better in a digital form, especially if the output is going to be digital.
Save web pages for later offline reading, optimized for readability on your iPhone or iPod touch’s screen. Featured by Apple and critically acclaimed by top blogs, newspapers, and magazines!
If you’re browsing the Web and you find a long, meaty article that you don’t have time to read right away, you simply click a bookmarklet in your browser, and that article is instantly saved to a queue of articles at Instapaper.com. Later, when you have time to read, you can call up your queue of articles and dig in.
The Kindle app is optimized for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch, providing users the ability to read Kindle books using a beautiful, easy-to-use interface. You can discover and read over 450,000 books in the Kindle Store, including the latest best sellers and new releases. You can also read your Kindle books on your Mac, PC, BlackBerry, Kindle
Yes, it’s free! Amazon’s Kindle e-book app. It lets you buy and download books from Amazon’s Kindle store and read them on any device: a PC, a Mac, an iPad, an iPhone, a BlackBerry or a Kindle reader.
With MightyMeeting you can manage a private library of presentations directly from your iPhone or iPod Touch. MightyMeeting supports presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint or PDF formats.
Presentations can be uploaded online or forwarded to MightyMeeting via email. They are automatically indexed by a powerful search engine. They can be tagged with keywords for quick retrieval.
With MightyMeeting you can start or join web meetings directly from your computer, iPhone, or iPod Touch. Starting a web meeting is as easy as finding the right presentation and tapping the "Meet Now" button. Meeting invitations can be sent out via email or SMS. Meeting attendees can follow the presentation in real-time and exchange instant messages.
Play solitaire. Choose from over 50 different forms of solitaire and variations (both one and two deck games), including Klondike, Canfield, Golf, FreeCell, Spider. Drag the cards around (or double click to send them to flying their “best” location). Even keeps track of your won-loss record!
Mondo Solitaire is the ultimate Solitaire experience for your iPhone or iPod touch. With over 100 games and over 200 different combinations of gameplay, you’re sure to find your favorites, such as Klondike and FreeCell, plus many new games to discover, like Angkor Wat and Xerces.
Get Netflix on your iPad. Just download this free app and you can instantly watch TV shows & movies streaming from Netflix.
Netflix lets you watch streaming movies and TV shows from your Netflix queues on your iPad. If you’re a Netflix fan, this one is a must. This app is designed which can remember where you stop and resume again after you close the app and return later.
Pages is the most beautiful word processing app ever designed for a mobile device. It’s the application you know and love for the Mac, completely reworked from the ground up for iPad. Documents look stunning on the bright, vivid iPad display. And writing is a dream with the large onscreen keyboard. You can use Apple-designed templates and Multi-Touch gestures to lay out letters, flyers, brochures, reports, and more. With Pages for iPad, it’s never been easier to create great-looking documents, all with the touch of a finger.
Apple’s Pages is a fully functional slimmed-down word processor. You can write and edit, format text, embed images and charts, and more — It has all the basic capabilities you expect from a word processor. For layout, you can move things around with your fingers or resize them by pinching with two fingers. Pages also can import documents in Pages ’09 for Mac and Microsoft Word (Office 97 and later). It can export to Pages ’09, Word 97 or later and PDF.
SktechNotes for iPad($2.99)
SketchNotes is an easy-to-use app for taking notes and drawing on the iPad. It works almost exactly like a physical note pad, except that drawings can be moved around and deleted much easier.
This app has pretty good UI design, really nice graphic design, and an ok overall user experience.
TweetDeck for iPad(free)
TweetDeck is the best way to stay in touch with what’s happening now on Twitter for your iPad. TweetDeck’s iPad optimized interface shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organized and up to date wherever you are.
TweetDeck is a version of the free desktop client that’s popular among Twitter power users. Multi column view is supported. You can customize to show messages from all your friends, @mentions, direct messages, saved searches and your Twitter lists. TweetDeck also shortens URLs.
Things for iPad($19.99)
Things is a beautifully focused and amazingly intuitive task manager. Other todo applications either oversimplify or are too difficult to use. Things instead offers the perfect balance between ease of use and powerful features.
Things for iPad keeps to-do lists with start and due dates, and organizes those lists into projects, areas of responsibility, next actions and more—It does all the basic tasks that the Mac and iPhone versions do. You also can sync your Things data among the iPad, iMac and iPhone versions.
The Weather Channel Max for iPad is brought to you at no charge, courtesy of Toyota. It delivers in-depth weather, innovative maps, a robust video library, plus so much more.
The Weather Channel Max for iPad is a candy store for weather geeks. You can use it not only to check your local forecast, but also to find out the day’s sunrise and sunset times without having to dig too deeply.
The Wall Street Journal(free)
Experience The Wall Street Journal’s award winning coverage, blending the best of print and online. Touch the stories that matter to you most, get latest news updates and market data throughout the day, and save your favorite articles and sections for later.
This app from award-winning food site Epicurious.com includes over 28,000 delicious, professionally tested recipes from renowned magazines such as Bon Appétit and Gourmet, popular cookbooks, top chefs, and leading restaurants. The app works on both the iPhone and iPad, giving you an experience optimized for whichever device you’re currently using.
You can browse Epicurious most popular recipe collections, search food or drink recipes by keyword, access hundreds of thousands of recipe ratings and reviews from Epicurious members.