When the iPad was launched back in spring 2010, one of the apps that showcased it was stunning interactive version of the periodic table called Elements, used because of the way it harnessed the iPad’s capabilities and showed it off to be the show-stopping gadget it really is.
Gems and Jewels For iPad - Captivating Visuals Enhance This Guide to Precious Stones
Gems and Jewels for iPad comes from the same developers, Touch Press and works in a similar way, presenting a dazzling array of over 300 3D renditions of precious stones, shown in their naturally occurring states as well as jeweled settings, that can be spun, pinch-zoomed and generally messed with against a classy black background.
The download comes in at a jaw-dropping 1.66GB, so you know before you’ve even launched the app that it’s a serious piece of work. Each item can be viewed from multiple angles and perspectives, and is accompanied by authoritative captions that tell you what you’re looking at. A beautifully presented treasure trove of information, Germs and Jewels for iPad represents another perfect showcase for the iPad’s capabilities.