"Flashcards are no longer stuck to paper. Now with the iPad you can have giant flashcards. There are some fantastic apps that can help you study up for that next big test. Some of these pair with Mac/Windows apps and some are free standing iPad apps. We compare the best ones in this AppGuide."
"Now Apple wants to help users achieve that limitless potential, with the free content-creation application iBooks Author. It aims to revolutionize modern textbooks by bringing interactivity to the learning experience. Not only can you add images to your pages, the reader can zoom in or out of them. You can insert Keynote slides, and embed movies that can be viewed inside a page or full screen. It’s even possible to create short quizzes to test your readers’ knowledge retention."
"Then I tried AirPlay. Mirroring my iPad's display on the TV screen, I was suddenly able to not only stream any video I could find, but look at photos, browse the Web and view other apps on the big screen."
"I love the iPad but I really hate typing on it. Though touch screens are magnificent for some tasks, frankly typing just isn’t one of them. Maybe it’s my hands and fingers fault or maybe I’m just a grouchy old school tactile typer, but I struggle to get in any kind of real workflow that involves typing more than a sentence or two on touch screens. I’m probably not the only one to feel this way, so here are six helpful tips to improve the typing and writing experience on the iPad:"
"Every week the editors at iMore carefully select some of our favorite, most useful, most extraordinary apps, accessories, gadgets, and websites. This week’s selections include a unique photography app, a solution for reading sheet music on the iPad, an alternative to iBooks, an awesome flying game, a web app alternative for a popular native iPhone application, a new way to view your Instagram feed, and the best way to get comic books onto your iPad."
"ACDSee Camera Flash has a button to clean up the dark areas of a photo, and that is about it. You actually can adjust the amount of the clean up that is applied, but for the most part, the app just does the one thing… very well!"
"Taking notes on the iPad is a great way to save on the amount of physical paper you have floating around and a much easier way to stay organized. There’s so many note taking apps in the App Store that choosing one can be a bigger task than anything. Syncing notes across all your devices and organizing them has never been easier when you use Evernote for iPad. If you prefer typing out your notes instead of using a handwritten notes app, Evernote is the best choice."
"The iPad has a big, bright beautiful display that looks absolutely amazing under normal condition but, because it’s glossy, can become reflective or washed out to the point of uselessness under the glare of direct sunlight. Luckily, all hope is not lost!"
"Whether you’re the sort of brainiac who easily gets the concept behind the fourth dimension or, perhaps, are still trying to wrap your head around the abstract mathematical concept, this new app is a great way to spend more time on the subject."
"Now, more than ever before, reminders are a necessity. Life is busy and it’s too easy to forget about what needs to be done. Apple finally brought their own solution to this problem by including the Reminders app as standard in iOS. Unfortunately, Reminders can leave some users wanting more and not being completely satisfied. NotifyMe aims to fill the gap for users who are left wanting more from the Reminders app. "
" For those who are looking to get a little more out of iCloud, here’s a handy workaround I discovered today that allows you to upload any file to iCloud, much like you would with Dropbox. It’s not perfect, but it works, and for many it’ll be a helpful addition to iCloud."
"Since jumpstarting the tablet market two years ago, the iPad has found its way into a few distinct niches in our lives. Since its first generation, the device (and those like it) have been used heavily for content consumption: reading, watching video and, to a lesser extent, streaming music. "
"The iPad's journey to becoming more of a content-producing and creative tool took another step forward recently with the release of a new app called Pholium (US$9.99). The app is centered around the creation, viewing, and sharing of iPad photo ebooks."
"Screenshots are useful in many situations, but iOS doesn’t offer a native way to mark up screenshots or photos that may require a bit more explanation. If only there was a simple way to circle a face in a picture, draw an arrow to an important map point, or add a caption to a funny photo. Fortunately there’s Skitch, a free iPad application from Evernote that makes annotating photos and screenshots painless. "
"If you’re a lover of math and want to know more about the ways that math has shaped our world throughout history, then IBM’s new app, Minds of Modern Mathematics, is an app that you will want to check out."
"There are plenty of stories out there about schools that have already launched large-scale iPad programs or that are considering them for next year. Many U.S. school districts have yet to determine an iPad strategy, however, and are still moving forward cautiously."
"NOVA Elements is a free app from PBS all about the periodic table, its unique set of properties, and how elements combine to make things you use every day. That coffee you're drinking? Yeah, it's made up of elements. You're ingesting tiny little molecules every time you take a sip, and they're interacting with other tiny little molecules in your stomach. Science is amazing! "
"All this talk lately about how apps optimized for the iPad's Retina Display are taking up all the precious storage real estate reminded me to tell you there's actually a solution to all of this. While it might sound inconvenient to store your media on a separate device, it might be time to consider it so that you don't have to forfeit downloading new apps to make room for media. "
"From the day New iPad take his first foot everyone of us is looking for some best apps for new iPad or iPad 3 or iPad HD at least I do that .But there are a wide variety of New iPad apps available for you on iTunes .How do you know the which one is best for your New iPad.
So to make that easier I complied a list of best apps for new iPad for 2012 under the same hood which are also compatible with Retina Display of iPad 3."
"The most popular post I’ve ever written is 13 Ways to use iMovie in the Classroom, having reached thousands of readers in the first day. I’ve been meaning to follow it up ever since, and now I finally have created a short video introduction to using iMovie on the iPad."