3 Best iPad Apps for 2010

By Soumitra Mondal, Gaea News Network
Friday, December 31, 2010

iPad has now become a standard platform for audio and visual media such as e-books, periodicals, movies, music, games and web-content for its great apps. The iPad itself comes with several applications, including Safari, Hail, Video, Photos, YouTube, iTunes, App Store, iBooks, Maps, Notes, Contacts, Spotlight Search and Calendar. But we have sorted out three apps that we think were the best in 2010.



This is something by which you can discover your true star potential on iPad. If you sing your favourite songs, the Glee chorus will harmonize with you. They even correct your pitch when you are a little off-key. You can record as you go and listen to your performance. You can earn even points for free songs along with joining other Glee fans by sharing your songs on Facebook and Twitter, thereby putting yourself out there in front of the world.

Colors and Art

Colors and Art look so astonishing on the iPad display that you will certainly feel like you are part of the action. You can pinch to zoom in and out of each page to view text and art, and tap thumbnails to navigate through pages. Moreover, comics can be easily bought right on iPad. You just have to preview a comic before you buy then download single issues or the entire series.

Alphabet Fun

iPad has brought easier way to make kids learn about alphabets. It makes the most of Multi-Touch on iPad to teach kids letters, numbers and colors. They’ll go through colorful images and easy-to-read text. The kids are surely to enjoy the process very much. While the parents finding something educational in the process, the kids consider it to be a game. So both the sides are maintained.

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