Apple iPad Contenders or Pretenders?

Now that Apple has fully shown its hand and released the iPad to public scrutiny, the litany of contenders and pretenders can begin. The JooJoo was first on the scene, followed by the Enso zenPad. Hot on the heels of the iPad release this weekend, Engadget received a leaked internal HP document showing the details of the forthcoming Slate device; … Read More

ReaddleDocs iPad Review. Ideal Document Viewer and Manager

ReaddleDocs for iPad [rating: 4/5] Never be without an important document again! Many of us have many documents in different places these days, our home computers, work computers, mobile devices, email not to mention the various cloud document resources such as Google Docs, iDisk and DropBox and so have a single repository on your mobile device where you can access … Read More

Apple’s iPhone OS 4.0 sneak peek event on April 8th

Well that is quite a surprise! Apple, fresh from the iPad launch have hit us with an announcement of an iPhone OS 4 sneak peek on April the 8th. The hits just keep on coming from Cupertino. This will be an invitation only event at Apple Town Hall and will give those invited a preview of what to expect from … Read More

Apple iPad Reviews: A Differing Opinion

It’s Monday, April 5th. Those of us in North America that braved the lines or used our Saturday waiting for the courier have had our patience rewarded with a day and a half (or more for the devoted and sleep deprived) of playing with our new iPad. Generally speaking, the reviews and views of the iPad have been generally positive. … Read More

Apple iPad first day sales estimated at up to 700,000 units

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster estimates that in the first day of iPad sales in the US 600,000 – 700,000 units were sold. That includes pre-orders. Getting units without a pre-order did not seem to be a huge problem on the first day either. I myself was in touch with a couple of friend’s in California who were able to … Read More

Face Melter XXL: iPad App Review

Face Melter XXL [rating: 4/5] Produce crazy, hilarious pictures with ease! Being creative doesn’t always come naturally to me so when I get hold of an application that promises to generate graphical results from photo’s I immediately have my doubts regarding how good the results of my handy work are going to be and that was certainly the case with … Read More

Dwindle A Unique Puzzle Game for iPhone and iPad

Dwindle [rating: 4/5] Dwindle is created by Unwindapps and is a unique, fun puzzle game. The aim of the game is to clear the shapes as fast and accurrate as you can which float on the screen. You draw shapes either in squares, circles or triangles around the floating shapes you are trying to clear. So if you see a … Read More

Math Flash Cards Professional for iPhone and iPad

Math Flash Cards Professional [rating: 4/5] Developed by Jason Jardim, Math Flash Cards is a great app for parents teaching their children Math. The app is a pack of flash cards each with different calculations on them that can be used anywhere. When you first launch the app you need to start out at the settings section, this is where … Read More

Hackers to release iPad Jailbreak soon? (Video)

iPad Hacked! It appears that the iPad is indeed jail-breakable!┬áLess than a day after the device shipped MuscleNerd (@MuscleNerd) posted images and a video showing that he had gained root level access to the iPad. This opens the way for the Cydia App Store on the iPad, and potentially frees people from Apple’s own iTunes App Store if they so … Read More

Brainz HD for iPad. Game for Countdown fans only

Brainz HD [rating: 2.5/5] If you are reading this from the UK or have spent any time in that wonderful country then you will be familiar with the quiz show Countdown and the more specifically the numbers game that for many years was hosted by the queen of math herself Carol Vorderman. Well I’m pretty sure that the numbers game … Read More

Slate Solitaire for iPad. Traditional way to play card games

Slate Solitaire [rating: 3.5/5] Even to this day, thanks to the fact that it was installed on all Window’s PC’s, Solitaire, along with minesweep, is one of the most popular games, well it is in my fathers house at least and he’s a great barometer of popular opinion. The fact that you don’t need anyone else to play it with … Read More

Apple iPad Unboxing and First Impressions

Is there anyone that doesn’t know what an iPad is or that it’s released today? Well actually there is as when I texted and tweeted my family this morning to let them know that I was at home waiting for the delivery at least 3 of them asked “What’s an iPad”. However, for the rest of the world and certainly … Read More

Apple iPad Officially Available. New World of Apps Now Live

Today Apple sent out emails announcing the availability of the iPad in US Apple Stores. It is safe to say that Apple has been once again successful in marketing their product well as you could see many people camping outside Apple Stores to be the first ones to get the device and even the early pre-order statistics we reported are … Read More

‘Marvel Comics’ for Apple iPad. A Killer App

Many people have speculated the iPad will bring genre changing applications to much of the print media industry. As a lifelong comic nerd, I was especially interested in how the comic industry would accept the new delivery medium. Marvel Comics has always been ahead of other companies in embracing new technology so it be no surprise they’ll be on the … Read More

Apple iPad Apps Account for 22% of New Development

Given the recent rush on iPad-specific applications, it should come as no surprise it has been the subject of intense attention by development houses big and small. The familiarity of the programming environment makes the switch between iPhone and iPad almost seamless. Numbers released by Flurry, a mobile analytics company, show just how big of a market the new device … Read More