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10 App Stars For New iPad Screen

Apple optimized its core tablet apps, including iMovie and iPhoto, for the new iPad. But look what else you can do with the gorgeous new Retina display.
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Have kids? Do they love your new iPad? Barefoot World Atlas allows youngsters to traverse an interactive 3-D globe and explore the world's oceans, continents, landmarks, people, and wildlife. Children can spin the globe and zoom in on specific regions. Wolfram|Alpha provides a plethora of country facts and figures, including the current weather. Priced at $8, Barefoot World Atlas' rich graphics, hundreds of animated illustrations and photos, and immerse experience make it a fine match for the new iPad.

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4/30/2012 | 2:22:32 AM
re: 10 App Stars For New iPad Screen
Really, really dislike the way the slideshow is presented. IW, you're using technology and providing a user experience that is a decade old and a c note short of where you should be at. Each click a new page refresh? Really? Please update your approach to posting content or risk losing eyeballs faster than you can blink
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