The cool thing about an iPad magazine is that you can download all of the apps that we review here with a single click.
The Next Web for iPad (Sponsored App)
Founded in 2008, The Next Web is one of the world’s largest online publications that delivers an international perspective on the latest news about Internet technology, business and culture. The Next Web continues to expand its global presence.
Download files to your iPhone or iPod touch. Play or transfer them to your home computer. For a flash drive that costs less than your cup o’ joe, ($3.99), it’s really that simple.
In version version 21.0.1180 of of Google Chrome, they’ve fixed all of those pesky bugs and delivered arguably one of the best web browsing experiences on iOS. Oh and its half-brother, Google Drive, ain’t bad at all either. The powerhouse gives you 5 GB to start off, so…what are you waiting for? Go!
Be protected with the best of ‘em. Google Authenticator syncs with all of your accounts (Google Drive, Gmail, Google Calendar, Google+…wait, we’ve lost track) for an Internet connection that’s not only fast, it won’t have you tossing and turning in bed about the most recent hacker to dominate your debit card.
Fing Network Scanner
Your brand’s IT team now has yet another reason to look forward to those Internet traffic jams. But this time we’re not kidding around — and neither is Fing, a network scanner that sorts through your computer’s files in a nanosecond, delivering a comprehensive scan and report of all linked files and software within your network. And Fing will do you one better by allowing you to connect to any Wi-Fi network. No limits, no scams. The free app also translates your domain names, works with outside hosts and can sort your devices (IP addresses, your MacBookPro, vendors, etc.) to boot. The baby of the infamous Look@LAN has a brand spanking new engine. Vroom, vroom.
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