The following is a list of suggested resources that you may find useful for the iPad.
iPhoto for photography lovers (professionals and amateurs). iPhoto lets you touch up and edit pictures using Apple designed effects, create amazing photo Journals, beam pictures across iOS devices, prepare slideshows with a couple of tabs and more. For a review of iPhoto – Apple, check out iPad and iPhoto.
iMovie – Apple allows you to edit video on your iPad. You can add titles, music, transitions with special effects, remove or decrease sound volume, shorten or cut images from original video and share your productions by uploading the videos onto Facebook, Vimeo and to your computer. Family events, school, university or office presentations will have a unique twist with iMovie for iPad.
ShoeBoxed is a receipt scanner App for iPad. Take a picture and quickly digitalize your receipts. The App is free to download and requires an account with ShoeBoxed. If you would like more details on how to use the App, have a look at What is ShoeBoxed.
LogMeIn is a remote desktop App for iPad. LogMeIn lets you login remotely from your iPad to your computer. The App is free to download. To use LogMeIn, you need an Internet connection and the LogMeIn software installed on your Mac or PC. You can find a tutorial/review at Remote Desktop on an iPad.
Audible is Amazon’s App for Audio Books. Audio books are very convenient because you can listen to them while exercising at the gym, jogging outdoors, biking, etc. Audible is also free to download.
If you would like to know more about Audible, have a look at Audio Books on the iPad.
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