There’s a great question posted on Reddit that reads simply “what are your MUST HAVE apps for the iPad”? Nothing really to skew the numbers – no links hidden so commercial interest gets in the way – just pure user interaction and honesty. Environments like this are truly the best way to see what the best iPad apps are on the market because, after all, would anyone even mention an app here if sucked? Probably not… So after reading down through the list a couple of times, you can definitely spot some trends of iPad apps that pop up over and over again. Below are three iPad apps that I found received a multiple mentions and praises from the users.
So if you are looking for some great iPad apps to download, this would be a great place to start.
Flipboard allows you to build your own personal magazine on your iPad where you can flip through content that you love to read most. No more having to browse through tons of websites, online magazines, Twitter feeds, etc… to get the news and information you want. Put it all in Flipboard and enjoy the your very own buffet of news and information.
Upload and share your files instantly, and keep them accessible no matter where you are with your iPad. Dropbox is one of the leading cloud storage players in the market and everyone, including Google, seems to be chasing them at the moment. Dropbox is a free app on your iPad and you’ll the first 5 GB of storage for free. You can even earn up to 3.5 GB of additional space by recommending others to use Dropbox.
Otherwise known as iTunes U, this app is hot among iPad users because of two reasons: 1) you get unlimited access to free educational material, classes, and resources from some of the top educational institutions in the country and 2) the iPad makes it super easy and enjoyable to consume the material from iTunes U. The iPad is quickly becoming one of the leading tools in education at all ages and levels, and the iTunes U app enhances the educational experience, giving users more access than ever before to free, high quality material.