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iPad Tips and Tricks

by on May 5th, 2010

I’m still anxiously awaiting to get my iPad.  While waiting for the arrival (and pre-order date) I have been researching what apps I will want to purchase and learning about other cool things about the iPad. For those of us who are waiting to receive the iPad, and for those who already have one, there is an app on the iTunes store that can help you discover ways to make your iPad experience a little more interesting.

Tips & Tricks – iPad Secrets, has finally been launched. With iPad Secrets you can find hidden features, shortcuts and learn tips and tricks. Additionally, you can share a new found tip with a friend via email. The app currently costs .99 cents but it is expected to increase after the first week from launch date.

Apparently, the app has been designed as a natural and intuitive e-reader and looks and feels like a real book. The iPad Secrets has been designed to suit the device perfectly and adapts to landscape and portrait orientations. An animated interface allows you to intuitively flip through the pages.

Below is a screen shot of the application:

Get the iPad Secrets before the price increases! If anyone out there has already purchased this and has found some great tips by using this app, please share them with us!

[iPad Secrets]

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Posted under: App Store, Tutorials

  • stonee

    Hi Darlene,
    What you recommending is e-reader for ipad? I got this impression for “the app has been designed as a natural and intuitive e-reader and looks and feels like a real book. “. ipad users can get a free software provide by kindle, which convert e-books from kindle to ipad. Well, this is the first apps created by third about e-book i have met in the internet, except kindle and apple. What's more is less costly than ifunia video converter to ipad.

  • Darlene

    I take it you tried it and didn’t like it?

  • Darlene

    I wasn’t recommending this as an e-reader but rather the company boasts that it has been designed to work as simply as an “e-reader” type of app.

  • bloo

    stupid app, now every idiot want to make money through app store and even put up this kind of crap?

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