Despite the sheer amount of different apps available for Apple devices, there have been some complaints recently about a lack of variety in apps – they all seem to be a remake of another app, or do something only slightly different to the other variant.
There are, however, thousands of apps out there which do unique things, offer great features, and allow you to see things you would never have thought of. From guitar tuners to mind-mapping, there is something there for everybody.
Despite the fact that Apple have pretty much changed the face of handheld technology forever, the only negative that we can think of regarding that is the sheer choice out there when it comes to apps! The selection is massive. One of the main problems with the games industry in recent times has been the cost to make a game which holds people’s attention.
With a new version of iOS on the horizon, your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad will soon have many new features and enhancements. Apple has long touted iOS as the world’s most advanced mobile operating system, and they have continued to make advances and innovations to support that claim.
There is no denying that slicing up fruit with a ninja blade on a beautiful 10-inch display is a ton of fun, but surely there has to be much more to owning a tablet than just that. The good news is that there is. If you take a moment to step away from the games category in the app store, you will discover that there are all kinds of great applications designed to help you increase productivity. These aren’t just apps for the business man on the go, and all of them can in fact come in handy for just about everyone.
Dropbox is a cloud storage program that lets you take your pictures, documents and music to any of your other computers. Add a song on your laptop and it shows up on your desktop. Add a paragraph to your research paper with your iPad and the update appears on your iPhone.
Essentially, the point of Dropbox is to allow you to view and edit your files on any device. Dropbox can eliminate the need to email yourself files so you can update them on another computer and then email back the updated copy. Dropbox also eliminates the need to carry around your files on a USB drive from location to location.
Apple’s iPad is really a wonderful device. People use it for pretty much every imaginable task – from a media player to a portable internet device, mobile office and even business payment processor (just look at the restaurants using Square and an iPad to take orders and process credit cards).