An App That Tells You About Apps – Is This Another Chicken And Egg Situation?
According to developer AppAdvice, this is the first app that any new owner should download on onto their brand spanking new iPad. In fact we probably shouldn’t even be telling you about it because with too many apps like this around you’ll have no need of magazines like this one and that will put us out of a job! Nevertheless, being the charitable souls with at we are, we will tell you about it. We are after all committed to bringing you details of all the best and most useful apps available for your iPad.
It’s basically a beginners guide to apps, a starter kit if you will that links through to all the essential apps out there as researched by the AppAdvice team. The idea is that these are the best apps in their fields. It’s meant to save you hours of wading around the appstore, reading reams and reams of consumer reviews and trying to make up your own mind from the often contradictory opinions of others. The app itself has been completely updated for the release of the iPad2 to make all the information and apps as up to date as possible and as relevant to the latest hardware.
It begins with a guide to help you get to know your new toy before getting into the business of which apps you need to really improve your life. Recommendations are based on your needs and requirements so what you’ll get out of it depends on exactly what you want your iPad to do for you. For example if you’re interested in producing and editing videos it will recommend the best apps available to enable you to do just that.
You can almost think of it as an interactive guide to your iPad, taking you through all the tricks you need to know to get the most out of it and giving you all sorts of hints and tips along the way. The gorgeous presentation really pulls you in and makes you want to stick with it. The interface is visually very appealing and the developers have made every effort to make the whole experience is as fun and above all user friendly as possible.
If you’re an experienced user and know your way comfortably around your device then you don’t really need an app like this. However if you’re new to the iPad then it’s a great way to get started. Furthermore, with up to 25 new apps covered every day it provides an excellent and ever expanding database of what’s available.