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100 Incredibly Useful & Free iPad Apps If you just dropped a few hundred dollars on an iPad, you might not have much left in your budget to fill it up with apps. Fortunately, app developers have already stepped up and created a huge collection of completely free iPad apps. Below you’ll find over 100 free iPad apps to help you get started. Many of them are only free for a limited time as an introductory special so you’d better grab them fast!
AIM for iPad – AIM is redefining social networking – add a location to your status, post to your favorite social networks or chat directly with your Facebook friends. Get updates from Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, YouTube, Foursquare and more – all in one big Lifestream. CraigsFish – Browse and search craigslist with speed and simplicity. This is how craigslist should work on your iPhone, iPod or iPad. Gowalla for iPad – Gowalla is a remarkable way to share and discover eateries, coffeehouses, nightlife hotspots, hipster hangouts, retail meccas, famous landmarks, notable architecture, parks, museums and more. Everywhere you go. textPlus – Free, unlimited messaging, one to one or groups, to anyone, on any iPhone, touch or iPad, anywhere in the world. And it’s the ONLY app with Mobile Social Communities. TweetDeck for iPad – TweetDeck is the best way to stay in touch with what’s happening now on Twitter for your iPad. TweetDeck’s iPad optimized interface shows you everything you want to see at once, so you can stay organized and up to date wherever you are. Twitterrific for iPad – Twitterrific is the friendly, award-winning Twitter client that’s beautiful to look at, easy to use and full of elegant features. Effortlessly read and compose tweets, search Twitter.com, filter message types and much more!
All rights reserved——http://www.ipadtomactransfer.org/ WordPress – It’s easy to manage your WordPress blog from your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch. With WordPress for iPhone OS, you can moderate comments and create or edit posts and pages. All you need is a WordPress.com blog or a self-hosted blog running WordPress 2.9.2 or higher. Article by Joshua Johnson