At the end of last year, we even provided you with a handy list of which apps to install on your new iPad, and recently which apps should be in your iPhoneography ‘camera bag’. Basically, you’ve been rather spoiled. You’re welcome.
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But we know you’ve been desperately longing for a post listing the best iPad apps released this year, so far, and no longer would we dare test your patience:
These are some cool iPad apps … that you can’t download just yet
We’re even anxious to put our paws on Google’s tablet-optimized social networking app; Google+ for iPad is coming. But that’s not why you’re here.
Great iPad apps from the big boys
Apple launched some apps for the iPad. Yup.
➤ Sure, you could search for the new LinkedIn app on the App Store, but why bother when your friends from The Next Web give you a handy download link?
We’ve also finally witnessed the arrival of Spotify’s slick iPad application. Bliss.
➤ You may rock to the tablet beat after grabbing the app.
➤ Start flinging those cute birdies after downloading the app.
If you hate reading and would rather spend your days turning photos into 3D models, check out Autodesk’s 123D Catch application for the iPad.
Some nifty iPad apps from nimbler developers
➤ Get it here and create something magical, mkay?
Like it? Then maybe you’ll also dig Lovely Charts’ iPad app.
➤ Grab it here and be amazed.
The universe is wonderful and so is Brian Cox’s Wonders of the Universe app.
➤ Wanna brag about your iPad to your friends? Grab Wonders of the Universe.
Digital reading was also never easier thanks to iPad apps like Readability.
➤ Go forth and downloadeth Readbility for iPad
➤ You don’t have to take our word for it, just install it yourself.
➤ Download Slidewriter if that’s the kind of change you’re looking for.
➤ Are you still here? Get the app and book away!
Waiting for Microsoft Office to hit the iPad? Check out CloudOn while you wait.
➤ Increase your tablet productivity with CloudOn for iPad
More cool iPad apps launched this year that you may have missed
Iris delivers the beautiful Instagram experience that the iPad deserves, we said.
➤ Treat yourself to TumbleOn for iPad
If you’re into data compression (and don’t lie to us, we know you), then you should definitely be aware that Onavo hit the iPad.
➤ You can download it, like, right here, right now.
It’s not a full on double rainbow across the sky, but you should still check out Reading Rainbow’s iPad app.
➤ Which is way easier when you actually download it on your iPad
➤ Get Dunno while it’s still hot.
➤ Turn off the telly and go download it from the App Store
Run away from the temple. Be brave. Download Temple Run: Brave.
➤ You can get it at the App Store.
“Spell Tower is like Tetris meets wordsearch for the iPad”
➤ What else is there to add? Grab it here.
➤ Rock on and download that app.
➤ Grab Snap here before the virtual ink dries.
Digital newsstands aplenty, but do check out PressReader for iPad
➤ You can get it from the App Store here
And last but not least, behold Total Film‘s interactive iPad magazine app
➤ You can get that one also from – you guessed it – the App Store