Hulu’s got a new iPad app, which introduced a bunch of features meant to keep people watching even while they’re looking for new content.
One of the most popular productivity apps on the iPhone finally arrives on the iPad. Scanner Pro’s simple, straightforward functionality and integration into other iPad and cloud-based apps is another example of how easy it is for businesses and consumers alike to join the post-PC world.
The HotelTonight iPad is now available, adding to the startup’s mobile repertoire. The startup, which specializes in last-minute hotel booking, is now coming out with a gorgeous app that takes advantage of the new tablet’s Retina display.
If you own an iPhone, you probably noticed there are a fewer apps installed on the new iPad than on your iPhone. Some of the missing apps are more obvious, like the Phone app. But others are oddly omitted, despite their utility on a tablet.
Some of the first productivity-oriented apps that have been upgraded for the new iPad’s high-resolution Retina display are Apple’s own iWork apps. Here are our first impressions of how presentations, spreadsheets and documents in Keynote, Numbers and Pages fare on the new tablet’s display.
The Retina display on the new iPad, available Friday, is absolutely stunning. However, the increase in resolution makes some older apps appear a bit pixelated. Here are several apps already updated with Retina-ready graphics so you can show off the pixel-pushing power of your new tablet.
Join us Wednesday morning as we live blog Apple’s iPad event in San Francisco starting at 10 a.m. We will kick things off here at around 9:30 a.m. PT, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back then.
Squrl has updated its iPad app, shifting its primary focus from video bookmarking to video discovery. The app, which was just launched, will allow users to easily find and watch the newest content from all of their favorite video publishers.
Gwyneth Paltrow just became the latest celebrity to toss her cap into the mobile app market. GOOP, the lifestyle-focused email newsletter run by the Oscar-winning actress, announced on Tuesday the debut of a new iPhone and iPad app called “GOOP City,” which costs $3.99.
Loytr, the company that makes the popular MyPad app, has once again beaten Facebook to the iPad. The company debuted Timelines for Facebook on Tuesday, a native app that brings the social network’s new Timeline user interface to the iPad.