Best iPad Apps


Apple’s iPad single-handedly created the tablet market. It’s massive screen, impressive specs, portability makes it a great platform for media players, productivity apps, cutting edge mobile gaming and social media tools. From news readers and magazine to photo editing tools, video players and games. We take a look at 5 of the best iPad apps that take advantage of the tablet’s massive solid specs and screen space. Before heading towards them, we would suggest you check archute for the best ipads.

Evernote (Free)


Evernote is the Internet’s favorite note-taking service for the good reason, simple, with a powerful mix of functions, device syncing, effective UI and easy cross-platform. Jot down images or notes and immediately sync them across all your devices. Share the minutes of a meeting through email. Send your notes straight to a printer or upload your ruminations Twitter or Facebook. Evernote’s Web clipping and share sheets are easily accessible from a variety of apps, and an extremely handy notification center widget. That allows you to quickly create and upload new photos, notes and more.

Paper by Fifty Three (Free)


A paper by Fifty Three may have started life as a notebook or drawing app. But it’s since expanded its functions to include photo annotations, general note-taking, and checklists. All while retaining the app’s expressive analog feel and drawing engine. Users can easily bring together notes, annotated photographs into a notebook system. And checklists for easy organizing. If you’re done, your work can be exported into Keynote, Powerpoint formats or PDF for easy use. Whether you’re looking for a useful productivity tool or something to doodle with is a joy to use on the iPad’s big screen and Paper delivers the goods.

Autodesk Sketchbook (Free)


Try out Autodesk’s Sketchbook, for something built more with doodling and sketching in mind. The successor to Autodesk’s Sketchbook Express, the new Sketchbook app has all the power and ease of use of its predecessor. While also unifying the experience across iOS and Android. Sketchbook comes with a variety of drawing brushes and tools. All which you can customize on the fly, a gallery organizer, pinch to zoom, and support for storing and saving your works to iCloud and Dropbox. Additionally, users can create a free Sketchbook account to gain access to more features just like symmetry and layer tools. A premium subscription unlocks more pro tools just like an expanded brush library. Selection tools and more powerful layer all which carry over between iOS and Android.

Day One ($4.99)


Day One is a slick digital journal app for the mobile age. Allowing users to easily create journal entries that can be as simple or as complex as you want. You can stick with the minimal editing mode, clean, location and weather data, plug in images, or even the music you’re playing. Chronologically, users can go back through their entries or search by map tags, keywords, or data as well as share their creations with family and friends.

Snapguide (Free)


Snapguide is easily one of the most attractive crowd-sourced tutorial apps online featuring numerous projects, recipes, repairs, full-page photo guides. It also hacks that come loaded with detailed instructions. Users can check out a variety of topics from automotive, gardening, arts & crafts and other projects. As well as popular and recently uploaded guides and view featured guides.

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