Posts Tagged ‘Apple iPad’

You’ve got your shiny new iPad, so what should you play on it? Here I have compiled some of the best games to download for free, These games are very addictive as they are downloaded by millions of tablet computer users around the world.

1. Angry Birds:

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Since all the Angry Birds episodes have little new to offer, I will just combine the three most popular free versions of this epic iDevice game in the number one title. Right now I am talking about Angry Birds Rio HD Free, Angry Birds Free HD, and Angry Birds Seasons HD Free. You have probably enjoyed every trip and each adventure little Birds have gone through. Thus Iwould like to ask you one question. Which free Angry Birds game for the iPad do you love the most?

2. Fruit Ninja HD Lite:

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As simple in concept as this next game is, you are not going to believe how much fun it is to play. In Fruit Ninja HD Lite, you swipe the screen as fruit flies around to “slash and splatter fruit like a true ninja warrior”. It actually gets pretty tricky as more and more items get tossed through the air, including bombs.

In Fruit Ninja HD Lite, you can even check out the Dojo, where your in-game success can unlock awesome new backgrounds and blades. There are also a small sample of achievements to unlock, with three exclusive to this version of the game. You can post your results to Facebook and Twitter, too.

3. Zoo Story:

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Do you like animals? The iTablet can help you to create your own zoo with rare wild animals from all over the world. You can breed amazing creatures, design theme park attractions, raise exotic animals and attract more guests. To make your Zoo Story game more interesting you can participate in various quests, raise unicorns and other unique animals, plant crops and get new animals every week. Keep in mind that the free iPad game should be played online only, so you need WiFi connection to start playing right away.

4. Red Bull Air Race World Championship:

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Just like in a real life this game requires speed, skills and knowledge so you have to be ready to show the best you can. Excellent graphics, authentic 3D race plane models and realistic controls will make you experience a real adrenaline explosion. The app isn’t that bad once you change the calibration and sensitivity. You want the sensitivity to be higher so it’s easier to move.

5. Smurfs’ Village:

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The simple fact that this game even exists makes me all warm and fuzzy inside. In Smurfs’ Village, you are faced with the task of creating your own village, which includes constructing buildings and bridges, growing gardens, and playing mini-games to create things like potions and cookies. Think Sim City meets Farmville. All of your favorite Smurfs are in this game based on the original cartoon. You can even connect your account with Facebook and view all your friends’ villages in the game. Need I say more?

6. Inspector Gadget’s MAD Dash HD:

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Would you like to have endless fun? Get this mysterious game about Inspector Gadget. This detective enjoys adventures, mysteries and unusual cases. Do your best to become a real hero who can jump speeding trains and swing from cranes. You can enjoy endless play mode, collect free Pennies, challenge your friends and unlock bonuses.

7. Bakery Story:

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This game reminds me a lot of Cafe World, the hugely popular Facebook game. Bakery Story let’s you design your own virtual bakery to show off to your friends. Keep your customers happy and well-fed by creating tasty pastries and things. New content is released every week to make the game continually better.

Like the concept but not a fan of bakeries? Check out Restaurant Story and City Story too.

8. Trade Nations:

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Social games are very popular nowadays, but this iTablet game is probably one of the best social games created for iOS devices. It has a nice design letting you create a village and grow it into a beautiful city.
There are many cute decorations and buildings that you can build in your city. To tune your settlement you should give people jobs, get more resources and create goods. Be a reasonable leader to make a productive and happy society.

In case you don’t have much time to devote to your city, your people will just go to sleep if you don’t check your game too often.

9. Hungry Shark – Part 1 HD:

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In Hungry Shark, you have to chomp your way to the top of the food chain. It’s a fast-paced aquatic eat ‘em-up game. This game has pretty amazing graphics and can be very addicting. Troll the seas and binge on pretty much whatever you want to try to beat your friends’ high scores.

10. Aurora Feint 3:

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This famous match-3 puzzle game is a multiplayer RPG world of fantasy, mystery, and magic. Gather your friends and dive in to the Aurora Feint 3 – the adventures are waiting for you! Aurora Feint 3 is essentially Puzzle Quest (Bejeweled welded to a basic RPG). Slide gems and match three to gain energy or smack your foe during battles. The horizontal-only sliding combined with accelerometer-based gravity-shifting in the well means you have to think fast in this game, which is well-suited to the iPad.

I know folks have there own list of best games to play on Ipad, so we have the comments section just for you, go list them and make sure they are Free 🙂

iPad is the new sensation now and with it iTunes App Store is filled to the brim with quality entertainment apps (Marvel Comics, Netflix, Pandora Radio, Plants vs. Zombies HD), but there are also a number of apps that can help keep businesspeople productive when they’re away from their primary computers. The highest-profile productivity app is iWork (a touchscreen version of Apple’s office suite), but there are plenty of other apps that aren’t as well-known that can prove useful to small businesses.

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Here are 10 of the favorites and the Best Business Apps for the Apple iPad (I have not included direct links so go to iTune store and search for it, there you go):

GoDocs

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Cost: $3.99
Light Room’s GoDocs grants users the handy ability to view Google Documents in both online and offline mode—perfect for when your iPad can’t connect to a wireless signal (either due to you being unable to find a hotspot, or to the iPad’s own Wi-Fi issues). GoDocs has folder support, and files can be sorted by type, name, or creation date. The app also has a “revisions” button for accessing older versions of a file, so you can always turn back the clock when needed. Sharing files with colleagues is an important part of any business, and, fortunately, GoDocs makes the process simple: you can download Google Docs to the iPad and send saved files by e-mail, or share files to a Wi-Fi network.

Analytics HD

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Cost: $6.99
A great tool for webmaster, marketers, and SEO gurus, Inblosam’s Analytics HD is a nifty iPad app that works with Google Analytics to let you check out your Web site’s vital metrics. You can view easy to read charts and reports, and tap the “Today” and “Yesterday” categories for quick analysis of vital statistics. Analytics HD supports multiple logins and accounts, and lets you easily switch between them for quick comparison.

Air Sharing HD

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Cost: $9.99
Avatron Software’s Air Sharing for the iPhone was such a useful app that it earned some cool Awards so far, and now the iPad version of the app is available to help your iPad wirelessly access files from a Linux, Mac, or Windows computer on the same Wi-Fi network. Air Sharing HD mounts as a drive, so it supports drag-and-drop file transfers between a desktop and iPad. In addition, Air Sharing HD also gives you the option of wired connectivity; simply connect a docked iPad to a Mac or PC via USB for speedy file transfers. You can connect to it from a Web browser, and use it to host a web server using WebDAV.

Box.net

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Cost: Free
More than just online storage, Box.net’s iPad app has robust collaboration features. Not only can you view Microsoft Office files, PDFs, and Box Web Documents, but entire folders can become shared online workspaces where others can view, edit, or add files. An update monitor keeps track of file changes, and informs you of files that have been previewed or downloaded. The free account allows for up to 1 GB of online storage, but the Business account serves up 15GB of online storage per user at a rate of $15 per user per month.

Citrix Receiver for iPad

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Cost: Free
If your organization is running Citrix XenDesktop or XenApp software, it’s possible to turn the iPad into a full virtualized desktop. Citrix Receiver for iPad provides one-touch access to corporate desktops, Windows applications, and complex database and 3D applications. If you’re worried about security, don’t fret; the connection is secured, so communications and information are not stored on the iPad, but stored remotely and kept within the confines of the corporate network.

MobileIron Sentry

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Cost: Free
MobileIron’s Sentry on the iPad is a tool for IT administrators to gather information about the increasing influx of mobile devices (like the iPad) on corporate networks. This app offers sophisticated monitoring, such as the ability to view devices and users by connection frequency, which is a good way to get a mobile view of network trends. Users can view potential threats and block end-users’ devices from the network. MobileIron gives the ability to remotely “wipe” stolen, lost or compromised devices as well, so sensitive information doesn’t escape into the wild.

Roambi

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Cost: Free
Roambi’s iPad app provides a graphically-rich way to access, store, manage and refresh mission-critical business data by transforming enterprise data (everything from Excel spreadsheets to Salesforce.com data to SAP Crystal reports) into stunning, interactive visualizations designed for the iPad’s screen. This data is displayed as secure, interactive dashboards, and you can even create your own custom dashboard with Roambi’s Publishing service. Roambi also includes several new trending and comparative analytic features that are designed to take advantage of the iPad’s large 9.7-inch display.

LogMeIn Ignition

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Cost: $29.99
Yes, it’s a pricey app, but LogMeIn’s iPad app gives business users remote access to any Mac or PC that has LogmeIn software installed, which is extremely useful when you need to access a file on your main computer. The app locally stores encrypted passwords to each host computer, and it has been tailored for use on the iPad for faster performance and improved navigation.

Fax Print & Share for iPad

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Cost: $5.99
You can’t print directly from the iPad, but there are plenty of third-party applications that can get the job done. Ndili Technologies’ Fax Print & Share for iPad stands out from the crowd by letting users print to shared printers without installing and drivers or additional software. It’s not just for printing, though; the app lets you fax paperwork, e-mail colleagues, open documents (PDFs, Microsoft Offiice, OpenOffice), and images (BMP, GIF, TIFF)

FMTouch

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Cost: 29.99
FMWebschool’s FMTouch brings the popular database application to the iPad, including many of the same features that made the program FileMaker a success in the desktop space. Users can create reports, run scripts and edit, create, or delete database records. The app lets you run multiple related FileMaker databases, or wirelessly sync the iPad with FileMaker database software running on a computer.

So there you go some cool Business Apps for the Apple iPad, if there are any missed please leave them in the comments below, I will definitely review it….

Everyone is clamoring about tablets these days, then why not Google too, so it’s not too surprising that Google and HTC are set to join the fray. They are reportedly working together on a Chrome OS Google Tablet.

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With this Apple’s high-profile iPad touchscreen tablet PC may face stiff competition from rivals such as Google, Sony and X2. Google having collaborated on the Nexus One, a smart phone that impressed us with its design as well as its hardware, HTC and Google partnering on a tablet seems like a promising prospect. But will it “compete head on” with Apple’s tablet ? 😉 who knows…

So let take a sneak peak at what it may look like, the developers behind Chromium OS – the open-source project that underpins Google’s Chrome mobile operating system – have revealed concept designs for a tablet PC running on Google Chrome.

The Google Chrome tablet concept designs showcases a range of touchscreen tablet PC features, including:

— A range of touch-screen keypad configurations, including a split keyboard with keys assigned to left and right hands
— Different methods of launching Google Chrome applications
— Tabs presented along the side of the screen of the Google Chrome interface
— Creating multiple Chrome web browsers on screen using a launcher

Also pictures of what a Google tablet might look like were featured at a Chromium developers web page this week along with talk of how touchscreen controls could work based on the Internet titan’s Chrome computer operating system. It primarily comprises shots highlighting the user interface (UI) of a tablet PC. It includes such possibilities as, “keyboard interaction with the screen: anchored, split, attached to focus,” “contextual actions triggered via dwell,” and “zooming UI for multiple tabs.” and primary targeted date for Chrome OS hardware is Q4 2010. Here are some snaps of the Google Tablet concept design…

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It’s hard to foresee a future in which a Google Tablet tries to go head to head with Apple on the content level. That’s not to say, however, that there aren’t some compelling things that could be offered by a Google tablet. As the launch of Google’s Chrome OS made clear, they’re looking toward a future with a multitude of devices that can access the Internet quickly, cleanly, and cheaply. A Google Tablet could be just the thing to realize all of those goals. If you have tried out the JooJoo tablet, we can see how a well-designed tablet for consuming web content could provide an engaging experience. A Chrome OS tablet by Google would likely work the same way, keeping typing to a minimum and offering a literal hands-on web surfing experience. By far the consumer it’s a tough choice if one thinks of affording a tablet, my choice wait until there is a sync in the tablet world, there would be a better choice for ur need and multiple to choose from within ur budget…;)

As i blogged earlier of the upcoming Apple iSlate, and now here it is official Apple PC tablet but the name is iPad 🙂 I am posting the exclusive videos of Unveiling Apple iPad: Steve Jobs Keynote Jan 27 2010

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What do you think, another giant iPhone for your pocket or did macbook mate with iphone and then boom this iPad 🙂 let me know and yeah did i tell you it starts at $499 (lacks OLED, Flash, USP, GPS, Multitasking, keyboard, HDMI Input, Camera and even Verizon ;)) and will begin shipping in two months…