One side benefit that we can now use the iPhone or iPad certainly there at ease. And this easiness can be derived from the application that you embed in your gadget.
Of course you do not want to miss some of the following applications. Although it does not require you to have it but these are some applications that appeal to me.
- Grand Theft Auto III a new way for gaming – Grand Theft Auto III is widely considered one of the most innovative, fun, and addictive games of all time. It’s only five bucks to buy on iPhone and iPad, so this game’s a must-buy. However, if you shy away from violence, skip this one. You’ll do plenty of carjacking, shooting, and other generally nefarious activities. The game Price is $4.99 to get.
- Tapfolio – Tapfolio makes it easy to compare stock performance, accrued gains and losses, and performance vs. popular indices. The app is built with pinch to zoom and other touch gestures in mind, so manipulating charts and graphs is simple. The App Price: $2.99.
- The 25 GB of free cloud storage – Microsoft just gave iPhone users 25 GB of free storage in the form of SkyDrive, a new cloud storage app for iPhone. SkyDrive lets you upload and manage pictures, videos, documents, and more. Emailing said files and documents is easy, and you can even manage read/write settings for recipients inside the app. You can have it for free.
- OneNote – Microsoft’s OneNote note-taking platform has finally made its way to iPad. Use this app to create to-do lists, notes, insert pictures, manage things you need to remember, and more. While you can’t create new notebooks or sections, the app is still nice to have for OneNote users with iPads. This also free App.
- Netflix for iPad just got a huge update – Netflix for iPad just got updated to include a slick new look and Latin America support. The content is now organized into horizontally swipe-able rows. Most of all, we like the recently watched bar up top.
- Weego is a cool app for getting together with friends – Figuring out a place to go for dinner with a bunch of friends can be a pain. With Weego, you can vote on a place, see how close people are to you, send group messages, and even check in to places. Yelp reviews are included too, which is handy.
- Roku finally gets an iPhone app – Now your iPhone is a fully fledged Roku streaming video remote control. You can pick hows to watch, see what’s popular, and add/remove channels from your Roku player.
- Tweetbot – Tweetbot is just the best little Twitter app. It’s so meticulously crafted, from the little clicks when you tap buttons to the friendly yet ergonomic app layout. Every feature you could want from a Twitter app is here, like Instapaper integration and in-line photo viewing.
- Mint For iPad is the coolest way to manage your finances – Mint is definitely the best way to manage finances, budgets, trends, and spending on your iPad. Using colorful charts, adjustable sliders, and customizable alerts and credit card spending management, Mint for iPad is a winner.
- Oink is the hottest new local recommendations app – Oink sets itself apart from every other local recommendations app by letting you rank anything, like a hamburger, a mojito, a public piece of art, a video game, or anything else you can think of. Since Oink asks you to rate and tag actual items instead of restaurants/museums/bars, it’s easy to search for “the best coffee” or “the cheapest pancakes.” Oink already has 100,000 users, and is growing rapidly.