“Apple’s iPad has been available for a short time, and you can already find apps to watch streaming movies, manage your Web passwords, use Twitter, do word processing and more,” Mitch Wagner reports for Computerworld.
“But it’s still early days yet. Apple gave only a chosen few developers early access to the iPad — everybody else had to make do with software simulators and homemade cardboard mockups,” Wagner reports. “They rushed their apps to market, and it shows. Many of the early apps are buggy and missing features.”
MacDailyNews Note: We continue to work on the MDN app with real iPads. Stay tuned for more info…
Wagner continues “These are the best apps I’ve found so far. They are all iPad-optimized, not iPhone apps stretched to fit the iPad. They get the job done, they’re fun to use, and several of them are free.”
Full article here.
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