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Readdle Updates ‘Remarks’ For iPad, Introduces Super Realistic Handwriting
by on April 27, 2012

A couple of months back, Readdle launched Remarks for iPad, a note taking app that instantly became my personal favorite due its highly precise drawing engine. Just recently, the app received a major update i.e Remarks 1.3 which added super realistic handwriting as well as two-way notes syncing with Drop box and Google docs. The handwriting feature is particularly amazing. It makes anything you write on your iPad look … Read More

LinkedIn Releases All New Retina-Optimized iPad App, Download Now
by on April 26, 2012

Popular social media firm LinkedIn has just launched its first iPad app, bringing a brand new look and feel to the social network. The company released its iPhone app last year and today, the same iOS app has been updated to a universal binary with support for iPad’s brilliant Retina display. Alongside iPad support, the app also introduces a new feature i.e a calendar widget on the left side of … Read More

Looking For A New House Or Condo In Canada? There’s An App For That!
by on April 25, 2012

New Home Buyers Network (NHBN) has introduced the first ever iPad app, the Homebuyers.com, that lets Candians look up new houses and condos in Ontario. The app, which has been developed by homebuyers, lists over 6,000 new homes and condos and allows viewing floor plans, calculate mortgage payments and more. NHBN sees the new app as a natural extension of its existing family of digital offerings that includes the popular homebuyers.com website.

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Cargo-Bot: The First iPad Game Ever To Be Programmed Entirely On iPad [VIDEO]
by on April 23, 2012

Folks at Two Lives Left have become the first to release an iPad game on the App Store which has been developed entirely on the iPad itself using Codea, an iPad app for rapidly creating games and simulations (available free on App Store). It’s called the Cargo-Bot, a puzzle game where you teach a robot how to move crates. The game features 36 puzzles, some great music and Retina optimized graphics. You can … Read More

Global TV Shows iOS App Updated To Support New iPad’s Glorious Retina Display
by on April 11, 2012

The official Global Video app for iOS has just been updated to support the new iPad’s ultra-high resolution Retina display. The app lets users watch full-length episodes and clips for their favourite Global shows like Glee, House, Survivor, Hawaii Five-0, Prime Suspect and more. Best of all, the app is available as a free universal download on App Store.

Here is what’s new in Version 2.1:

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Readdle Releases Scanner Pro 4, All New Universal App With iPad Support

Readdle, the makers of best selling iPad apps like ReaddleDocs, Remarks and PDF Expert, have updated their popular Scanner Pro app to version 4 which now makes it a universal binary for iPhone/iPod and iPad. Scanner Pro 4, which is now available for download in the App Store, has been completely re-designed for the iPad, especially to get the most out of latest iPad’s 5-Megapixel camera. … Read More

Child’s Play: Hallmark Interactive Story Buddies [Video Review]
by on April 8, 2012

Reading with your child is a great way to bond with them and to improve their reading skills. As the iOS devices such as the iPad gain in popularity we’re seeing more reading and learning apps developed for young kids.

Hallmark has taken this to the next level with its Interactive Story Buddies.

They’ve come up with stuffed toys that interact with specific stories. We got my son Cooper … Read More

‘Air Display’ Now Supports OS X Lion HiDPI Mode On New iPad’s Retina Display
by on April 4, 2012

‘Air Display’ app for iPad has been updated to support the new iPad’s ultra-high resolution display bringing the ability to enable HiDPI mode in OS X lion which renders graphics at double their previous size. This means users can now utilize every single pixel available on the new iPad’s 2048 x 1536 panel. As noted by The Verge, “the end result is superb: just like going from the iPad 2 … Read More

Paper – The App You’ll Wish Were Actual Paper
by on April 3, 2012

So there was a lot of buzz earlier this week over this little app called Paper, made by the folks behind the now-vapourware Microsoft Courier tablet, and let me start by saying this. Make sure you download the right one. There are, apparently, two apps called Paper when you search in the app store, and the other app is … Read More

Crest For iPad Lets You View Tweets In A Brand New Way [VIDEO]
by on April 1, 2012

A new iPad twitter client called Crest brings a brand new concept of viewing your Twitter timeline. Instead of a typical twitter client UI, the app shows you a a plain black background with falling tiles of Twitter user profile pictures. When a user taps an icon of Twitter profile picture, that user’s tweet pops up. The application also allows you to view that user’s profile by tapping on their name.

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