iPad Apps

Microsoft’s Office for iPad apps cross 27M downloads

Microsoft’s Office for iPad apps cross 27M downloads

At the end of March, Microsoft released its Office for iPad apps, bringing Word, Excel and PowerPoint to Apple’s tablet. In the 46 days since the apps were made available, the company has logged more than 27 million downloads, says Microsoft’s General Manager for Office Julia White, who spoke during a recent TechEd Conference.

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Beats Music updates iOS app to version 2.0, adds iPad version

Beats Music updates iOS app to version 2.0, adds iPad version

After releasing a tease for its iPad version, Beats Music today delivered on that hint by releasing version 2.0 of its app with support for the iPad. The new version is available now for subscribers in the US to download.

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Clear 1.4 update brings Reminders and Sound packs

Clear 1.4 update brings Reminders and Sound packs

Realmac Software has just released a major update for Clear, the popular touch friendly to-do app for iOS and Mac.

Clear is my favorite to-do app, and one of the most frequently used apps on my iPhone and Mac. One of my biggest gripes has been the lack of reminder functionality. 

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These are the 6 Apps featured in Apple’s new ‘Powerful’ iPhone 5s TV ad

These are the 6 Apps featured in Apple’s new ‘Powerful’ iPhone 5s TV ad

Apple aired a new iPhone 5s TV ad last night called ‘Powerful.’

The ad tries to convey the message that “with the iPhone 5s, you’re more powerful than you think” by showcasing some of the things users can do with their iPhone such as creating music, playing games on a giant screen, tracking their health, taking photos and recording videos.

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Fantastical: The Best Calendar iPhone app is now available for the iPad

Fantastical: The Best Calendar iPhone app is now available for the iPad

Flexibits’ Fantastical is one of the best calendar app on the iPhone and the Mac, and today the company is bringing Fantastical to the iPad as well.

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Like Office for iPad? Get a 33% discount on an Office 365 subscription

Like Office for iPad? Get a 33% discount on an Office 365 subscription

Microsoft released Office for iPad after years of rumors and speculation last week. While the Office for iPad apps — PowerPoint, Word and Excel — can be freely downloaded from the App Store, you’ll need an Office 365 subscription to edit documents.

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Microsoft’s new Office suite tops App Store charts one day after release

Microsoft’s new Office suite tops App Store charts one day after release

Microsoft released Office for the iPad yesterday, bringing Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to the App Store. While many pundits said Microsoft was too late to the game to make any impact, it appears that consumers disagree as the titles climbed quickly to the top of the App Store charts.

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To-do app Clear for iOS will be updated with Reminders next month

To-do app Clear for iOS will be updated with Reminders next month

Clear for iOS, one of the most popular to-do apps by Realmac software will be getting the ability to add reminders in an update scheduled to land on the App Store sometime next month.

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Twitter app Twitterrific for iOS goes free permanently

Twitter app Twitterrific for iOS goes free permanently

Twitterrific, one of the most popular Twitter clients for iOS has gone free permanently, down from its earlier price of $2.99.

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Here’s the hardware that powered Jimmy Fallon and Billy Joel’s iPad duet

Here’s the hardware that powered Jimmy Fallon and Billy Joel’s iPad duet

The iPad took center stage during a recent airing of The Tonight Show with host Jimmy Fallon and musician Billy Joel joining together to sing a doo-wop duet. The audience was entertained by an a capella rendition of The Lion Sleeps Tonight, but what you see on the surface is only part of the story.

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