Out of the several thousands of Apps with all sorts of imaginable uses, USB Disk has emerged as one of the top ranking one. This App allows users to view all kinds of formats on an iPad and iPhone. More significantly, it is going to continue to be free. Mr. David Detry of Imesart shares his views with TheAppleGoogle in an interview.
Some time back we had talked about the “Great White Shark Strategy” of Apple and had made the projection that for Apple the next move would be to move from the “device-focus” to the “device-interface-content focus”. This anticipation seemed to be only logical because a device in isolation with as many use features as it can support, will only wither away in the face of competition if it does not capture the content arena as well.
When the iPad was launched, something that caught my eye and genuinely made me want to buy it was the Marvel App. If there is a geek that doesn’t like comics, I haven’t interacted with him. And if there’s a geek that doesn’t want an iPad then I haven’t met him either. Even when they claim they don’t.
Today, Apple put up a new page that reveals more information about the upcoming software update for iPad. The page is in Apple’s usual way with loads of pictures that will make you feel excited. iOS 4.2 for iPad will roll out in November and the page describes all the new features that the new update will bring to your iPad.
Today, Twitter announced its official Twitter App for the iPad. The App has a slightly modified icon and the graphics is stunning. It is really smooth, fast and and has a brilliant user interface. Though there are many third party Twitter clients for iPad available, this App completely blows them away.