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article imageNew iPad? There's an App for everyone

By Emma Burge     Dec 30, 2012 in Technology
With every new Apple product (which seemingly come out every week) there are heaps of new applications that are released or just need to be downloaded, and the new iPad and iPad mini are no exceptions.
For Artists/Creators:
Apple iPad's app of the year is Paper, an app that is just a blank sheet of paper on the screen that allows the user to draw and create on it. The user can also take notes on it, making it very convenient for the average college student during classes, not to mention how much paper it saves.
Paper by FiftyThree
For the Absent-Minded:
Everyone that owns an Apple product has lost it at one time or another, this is where the app Find My iPhone comes in handy. Although it is says iPhone in the title, the app works for many Apple devices including the new iPad and iPad Mini. The free app uses the iCloud and by going to the user can pinpoint their device on a map.
Find my iPhone
For News Buffs:
Sure those of us who read the news constantly would definitely download apps for those such as The New York Times or The Wall Street Journal, but the visually appealing app Flipboard makes for a much more enjoyable viewing experience on the iPad or iPad Mini. The user simply picks a few topics of interest and Flipboard compiles stories from various sources that fit those choices. The user can also use the app to view photos and stories from different social networks as well.
For Music Lovers:
Music streaming services such as Pandora or Grooveshark have been popular for quite some time, but one service is emerging fast as a front-runner. Spotify has a large database of music and it's set-up for mobile devices is visually appeasing and easy to use. Users can also save data with and share music with friends via social networks.
For +18:
With the popularity of books such as Fifty Shades of Grey this year, many people have been exposed to adult entertainment this year that otherwise wouldn't. While there are not many apps for the adult entertainment industry, several sites have come out within the past month saying that they have become compatible with the new iPad and iPad mini. One website called Bang You Later says, "Although many adult sites are compatible with the iPad and iPad Mini, we have taken extensive measures to make sure we outperform them in terms of video load time and usability,"
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