Posts Categorized: iPad

Hulu May Come to iPad with Subscription Service

The Los Angeles Times reported yesterday that Hulu, provider of a popular online video service, may soon offer a paid subscription service. Called Hulu Plus, a subscription would cost $9.95 per month and offer access to older episodes of hit TV series: Under the proposal, Hulu would continue to provide for free the five most… Read more »

Quick Look: Stock Tracking Apps for iPad

We’ve mentioned that the iPad lacks a few apps that come with the iPhone out of the box like the weather, stocks, and calculators apps. We’ve introduced you to a few weather and calculator apps for the iPad to make up for these absent apps and today we’re looking at a few stock apps. Bloomberg… Read more »

Quick Look: PrintCentral for iPad

With the iPad making it into the hands of more than 500,000 people since its release, many users who are integrating their shiny new iPads into their daily lives are finding one substantial limitation: the inability to print. This limitation out of the box hamstrings business users, students, and anyone else who needs a hard… Read more »

Number Crunching: Calculator Apps for iPad

As we mentioned in last week’s article on iPad weather apps, the iPad does not come with all of the same apps as the iPhone out of the box. Why? If rumors are to be believed, these apps were left off the iPad because their scaled-up designs for the iPad’s larger screen were personally rejected… Read more »

Quick Look: Wormhole Remote for iPad

Just prior to the iPad’s U.S. launch on April 3, developer Nate True of Tap Tap Revenge fame announced the pending release of his latest app endeavor, Wormhole Remote. Now available in the App Store, Wormhole Remote is a new iPad app that lets you operate a Mac on the same local Wi-Fi network remotely…. Read more »

CourseSmart Puts Textbooks on iPad

CourseSmart, a company that offers textbooks in digital format to students and educators, now has an iPad-specific app to complement its iPhone version released last year. eTextBooks for the iPad hit the App Store over the weekend and is free. The CourseSmart service provides access to over 10,000 electronic textbooks at prices about 50% less than their… Read more »

Atebits’ Tweetie Acquired by Twitter

Yesterday, Twitter announced that it will acquire Tweetie, one of the most popular iPhone Twitter apps, and re-brand it to be the official Twitter app. Twitter described that this acquisition is to help avoid confusion among Twitter users: Careful analysis of the Twitter user experience in the iTunes AppStore revealed massive room for improvement. People… Read more »

Delivery Status Touch Brings Stylish Package Tracking to the iPad

Junecloud’s Delivery Status touch has been updated to Universal format to work on both the iPhone and iPad. With an overall rating of 4.5 stars for the current version and frequent appearances in the Top 100 in the Utilities category in the past 30 days, Delivery Status touch appears to be a hit among those… Read more »

Weather HD: Slick Weather App for iPad

Just the other day, we wrote about some full-featured weather apps for the iPad – WeatherBug Elite and The Weather Channel Max. We’ve come across another weather app that, while not as robust in terms of the amount of sheer information offered, shows weather conditions in a way that’s prettier than any other we’ve seen…. Read more »

More iPhone/iPad Filters (Search, Top100)

We continue to expand the filtering capabilities of the site by adding an iPhone/iPad filter to both the Search and Top100. Enjoy!