Friday, April 2, 2010

Top 10 Free Apple iPad Applications

For iphone fanatics, there comes another product from apple, it is called iPad. Bloggers already named the best free applications for ipad and if it so happened that you have bought the product, don't miss to download this top 10 free iPad applications:

Netflix: Yep, it's official — Netflix's catalog of streaming movies and TV shows is indeed coming to the iPad, and it's a free service for Netflix subscribers. No word about a version for the iPhone (or at least, not yet).

ABC Player: Free, ad-supported shows from ABC via Wi-Fi, ranging from "Lost" and "Grey's Anatomy" to "Dancing with the Stars" and "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition."

Tweetdeck for iPad: This jumbo-sized version of the Tweetdeck iPhone app is perfect for scanning column after column of live, custom Twitter searches, along with tweets from your favorite Twitter pals and your latest "mentions."
Aurora Feint 3: An addictive puzzle game with a medieval, RPG twist, the original Aurora Feint is one of my favorite iPhone time-wasters, and I can't wait to try its free counterpart for iPad.

NPR for iPad: Follow your favorite shows on National Public Radio with this free, "magazine-style" iPad app, complete with playlist support and an offline reader for text stories.

The Weather Channel Max:
Access full-screen, "in-motion" weather maps, breaking video news reports, nationwide weather cams, and (of course) your local forecast.

Tap Tap Radiation:
From the makers of the best-selling "Tap Tap Revenge" for iPhone comes this new, iPad-sized rhythm game that "takes users on a visual ride alongside the beats of each track." The first eight tracks (from the likes of Serge Devant, Richard Vission, and Mos Def) are included; for more, though, prepare to pay up.

AIM for iPad: Now with a bigger, three-column view, with your active AIM conversations in one column, your current chat in the middle, and your AIM buddy list on the right.

Dragon Dictation: Can't be bothered to tap out messages? Just fire up Dragon Dictation, tap the red button, and speak; you can then e-mail your musings via a pop-up window or browse previously dictated notes in the left-hand column.

BBC News: Breaking news from the Beeb, complete with tappable photo galleries, full-screen streaming video, and — best of all — no pay wall.


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