200+ Best iPad Apps 2012

Looking for great free apps and games for your iPad? The App Store is home to over half a million apps and games, and a surprising number of them are available for free. That’s free as in free of charge to buy, free of subscriptions to use, and free of any crippling or time-bombing to make you pay later. They’re just free. But which free apps are the best? Which are the top free apps you just absolutely have to download right now?

Top 60 best free iPad apps 2012


Many of the best free iPhone apps cost 59p or more in their iPad incarnations, and the quality level of what’s still free is often ropey. But among the dross lie rare gems – iPad apps that are so good you can’t believe they’re still free.

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23 Essential iPad Apps for Web Designers and Developers


There are already many tools which we can talk about for web design and web development on your iPad. Apps that allow us to create a color scheme, retouch images and write and work with CSS3 etc..

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50 Fantastic Free iPad Apps


We all love getting something great for free! However, hunting down the good free iPad apps from the terrible ones in the jungle of the App Store can be a difficult job.

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Best free iPad apps


Whether you’re new to iPad and looking for a fast, free way to get started with apps, or you’re just bored and looking for a little free fun, check out the apps and games below. And hey, since they’re free, you can download them all!

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20 best iPhone and iPad apps for kids from April 2012

Time flies when you’re having fun… It’s the last day of April, so it’s time for our monthly roundup of the 20 new apps that have leapt out at us from the last month on Apps Playground.

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The 100 Best iPad Apps

Apple announced on March 5, 2012 that Where’s My Water? Free represented the 25 billionth app downloaded from the App Store—that’s a lot of downloads. Of the over 550,000 apps that live in Apple’s marketplace, over 170,000 are native iPad apps that run the gamut from news to business to entertainment. That’s an extraordinary amount of software battling for a home within your iPad, iPad 2, or new third-generation iPad. There’s no doubt that some are great and some are…not. So the vital question is: how do you find the gems among the garbage? The most basic answer is to read App Store user ratings and reviews, but that’s a potential time-suck of massive proportions. Besides, the wisdom of crowds isn’t always all that wise. The better answer would be to check out PCMag’s picks for the 100 best iPad apps. We’ve dug through the sludge so that you don’t have to do so.

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10 Best iPad Apps for Self Improvement & Personal Development

They are high quality apps, easy-to-use and extremely useful. I have tried to have one or two representatives for the major mindware categories, so they are they are not arranged in any particular order, since they are each unique and different. I wrote and include a short description of each of these great apps.

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  1. rosesays:

    There are so many good apps out there for every type of
    person. One that I could suggest for kids or a free iPad app is the Dish Remote
    Access app through Dish. With the Sling Adapter hooked up to, my receiver I can
    access all my subscription channels and watch live TV from anywhere I can get a
    3G or Wi-Fi connections. This app is amazing when we are traveling because the
    kids can watch all their favorite shows live on the road. They stay quiet the
    whole way with this app. Not only can we watch TV, but I can set up recordings
    through the app as well. A co-worker at Dish told me I could also access our
    Blockbuster@Home service through the app, which gives us more movies on the

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