There are currently more than 100,000 native iPad apps available, although, as with the iPhone, a big chunk of those are filler. But the good apps are really good: creative, innovative, imaginative, useful and fun. So this article is about those apps which aren’t the filler ones.You will see the Best iPad apps made only for iPad which you will enjoy ipad-ing with 😉
- MathBoard [$4.99]
- Twitter for iPad [Free]
- Tweetdeck for iPad [Free]
- Solar System [$13.99]
- Calculator for iPad [Free]
- Beejive IM for iPad [$9.99]
- Djay [$19.99]
- Skype [Free]
- Opera Mini [Free]
- Google Earth [Free]
1. MathBoard : MathBoard is an app created mainly for the students. They can easily use iPad as a Slate.
Suitable for kids in kindergarten through elementary school, MathBoard generates fun quizzes involving addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, squares, cubes, and square roots.
This app has got 5 star reviews from almost all the app users. some of them are:
- This is the best integer practice app or program I have found in 34 years of teaching math. – Tim Seiber, Math
- This app has taken my 8yr. old’s math skills to the sky. An incredibly useful tool that no parent should miss out on. A+
- My 9 year old’s math skills have improved dramatically. Highly recommend the app. Easy to use. Allows me to keep track of his progress. And has a lot of options to meet the skill of my child.
2. Twitter for iPad : Twitter for iPad is another amazing app created created for iPad. It has its own unique UI and offers good user experience. Features:
- Tweet, retweet, DM, Favorite
- Find and Follow
- Lists, Real Time search
- View on maps
3. Tweetdeck for iPad : Tweetdeck is another superb twitter app made for iPad. UI is similar to that of desktop. It may not support social networks such as Facebook or location-based services such as Foursquare, but TweetDeck for iPad is a respectable Twitter reader with an intuitive interface and accurate geo-tagging.
4. Solar System : A breakthrough electronic book about the Solar System, offering hours of interactive exploration and presenting a treasure trove of visual information. This app is paid on iPad @ $13.99.
5. Calculator for iPad : Need to crunch some numbers? Calculator for iPad Free gives you a large, easy-to-read, attractive basic and scientific calculator for solving problems. Multitouch support lets you swipe away numbers. Upgrading to the $0.99 adds six additional themes: Standard, Silver Keyboard, Retro Grey, Pink Keyboard, Happy Pink, and Wooden. But still free app is cool!
6. Beejive IM for iPad : Stay connected to all your instant messaging buddies anywhere you go! BeejiveIM keeps you in touch with your friends on AIM, MobileMe, MSN/Windows Live, Yahoo!, GoogleTalk, Facebook, MySpace and Jabber… all at the same time, all on your iPad. At the price of $9.99, its a must have app. please write in comments if you know any free app of this kind.
7. Djay : **Winner of 2011 Apple Design Award** Djay transforms your iPad into a full–fledged DJ system and seamlessly integrates with your iPod library, giving you direct access to all your favorite tracks and playlists. A hyper–realistic touchscreen interface and ultra low–latency converge to offer you a true professional mixing experience, all with your own music. You can perform live, record mixes on–the–go, or enable Automix mode and let djay mix your favorite playlist from your iPod library auto–magically!
8. Skype : Bring your Skype contacts closer with full screen video at your fingertips.
Beautiful and simple, this is Skype built especially for the iPad. Call, video call, or instant message anyone on Skype. Plus, if you add a little Skype Credit, call landlines and mobiles at really low rates.
- Talk face-to-face or show what you’re seeing with front and back-facing cameras.
- Use Skype for iPad to call anyone else on Skype – and enjoy near CD quality (SILK) sound.
- Instant message and add emoticons to personalize your messages.
9. Opera Mini for iPad
: Been loving the Opera Mini experience on your iPhone
and wishing for it on your larger iOS device? Opera is today turning that desire into reality with the release of v6.0 of its Mini mobile browser, which now has support for all iOS portables, including the iPad and iPad 2, plus a specific shoutout for the iPhone 4’s retina display. The overall design of the web explorer has also been freshened up, with a “new look and feel,” while a social sharing function will let you blast URLs into Twitter and Facebook directly from the app. –Engadget
10. Google Earth : Wanna explore the globe? Hold the world in the palm of your hand. With Google Earth for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, you can fly to far corners of the planet with just the swipe of a finger. Explore the same global satellite and aerial imagery available in the desktop version of Google Earth, including high-resolution imagery for over half of the world’s population and a third of the world’s land mass.
Google’s planet-mapping service was born to be on touchscreen tablets, getting you to swipe and pinch-zoom your way around the world. It’s an impressive showcase for iPad’s computing power, particularly the iPad 2.
If you know any cool iPad apps which should be added to the list, please comment on the post below.