iPad: 6 must-have apps
Here some of the best apps for your all-new Apple iPad
The new 4th-generation iPad is a very impressive tablet. It's not only blazing fast, but also feels super-sexy in the hand. The device is good out of the box, but it really starts to show its true potential once apps are downloaded. We look at six apps that will really kick your new 4th-generation iPad to a whole new level.
Check out our top pick of iPad apps for your iPad below. Enjoy!
Star Walk for iPad is an educational tool, but really, really awesome. The app is an interactive guide that will tell you anything you ever wanted to know about the universe. From Jupiter to Saturn, you can learn any stat about a planet or star. Additionally, the app tells you about satellites and reveals when they are passing by. Also, the graphics are stunning.
Want to travel to world destinations, but don't have the cash? If so, Fotopedia is for you. The app isn't just one app, but 12, and each is for a specific world location. Every app includes rich, colorful photos and history facts, as well as other things. It's a great set of apps for really anyone.
The Netflix app is the app I usually download first on a new tablet. It has thousands of movies to stream and a great, smooth UI. Not only can you watch films, but you can also add them to your queue. If you like Netflix as much as I do, this is definitely one app you must have.
Photoshop Express is one of the best photo editing tools for the iPad. The app is simple, but still gives users the ability to crop, straighten, adjust and fix problems. Like the full version of Photoshop, the app also includes a variety of borders and Instagram-like filters.
Flipboard for iPad is a no-brainer. The app is easily one of the best out there because it arranges content from the places you frequent online into a flippable magazine. It makes browsing news and reading amazing, and best of all, the app is free. Downloading Flipboard ASAP is a must.
If you're a political junkie like me, you've got to get the NPR app for iPad. The app cuts through the crap and delivers straight, hard news. Besides reading news, users can listen to one of thousands of audio feeds or even view news related images. The apps is pretty great.