This is by no means an indepth review of this app, and in fact I have only tried a few things out on this. I saw some buzz on an app called "Atomic Web Browser", which has more features than Safari. One of the features is that you can open up separate tabs, like on IE. That was one of the main reasons I purchased it. It also works on the iphone as well. There is a lite version available, but the price was only $.99 (USD), so I figured why not. It seems to be getting good reviews as you look at the various online forums as well.
I've had my AirStash ($99) for several days now after the delay of nearly a month due to some streaming difficulty in the first model, I've got to say I'm happy but hmmmm. Let me explain.
I didn't pre-order my iPad on day 1. I wanted to be patient and see the reviews, even though I knew it was exactly what I needed. I don't have a laptop and I didn't want a netbook. The iPad was the PERFECT solution.
So, I waited. I didn't even go to the mall to check out the WiFi versions. I knew I wanted the 3G, so there was no point in tormenting myself. I put in my order on April 19th for the 64GB 3G with free shipping.
While Hulu diddles around taking its time to build an app for the iPad, ABC is is already doing it building their brand on this platform, staking out a claim to this new medium and boy are they doing a great job!
Dr. Seuss on my iPhone was great, my son loved it but The Lorax ($2.99) on my iPad is out of this world! This ebook is just more good stuff from Ocean House Media, see my previous post on The Cat In The Hat. The Lorax is the same well designed reader with a new story.
Hollywood has led us to believe that adventurers hunting for treasure are the good guys and ancient pharaohs, mummies and the like are bad. The roles are reversed in iPharaoh, and it’s up to you to use mummies, giant cubes, sliding or rotating walls and booby traps to defend against the adventurers hunting for the pharaoh’s treasure.
When I got my iPad earlier this month, I had an idea that I would be using it to revive this space a bit. And really, what better way to reintroduce my writing in this space than one of history’s greatest writers, Shakespeare.
Playing Sonic The Hedgehog 2 was a stroll down gamer memory lane, though actually this title was popular after I had pretty much outgrown video games (so I thought). I came home on leave one Christmas, and my nephew got this game as a gift. We played it quite a bit, if I remember correctly. If you have not previously become acquainted with Sega’s zippy blue hedgehog, then allow me to introduce you.
I picked up my iPad 3G yesterday and transferred everything over from my 32 GB WiFi iPad last night. I also upgraded to 64GB and bought the case for the iPad made by Apple.
This is going to make the difference between having a fun "gadget" and having a piece of equipment that is an asset to my business. Since I'm on the go a lot and find it inconvenient to stop for a WiFi connection, the 3G is going to make doing business on the go a snap.
I have been meaning to check some of these apps out, but just haven't had time. Algoriddim has a range of tools to turn your Mac into a DJ studio (and a remote control app for iPhone). In our latest issue we featured a story on using iPod or iPhone to assist in your recording endeavors. In that article, I highlighted a music producer who used his iPhone completely for recording an album. If you're interested in mixing your own tunes, check out our latest issue, and read on to learn more about Algoriddim's apps: