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10 Cool iPad Apps From Uncle Sam

The federal government has embraced mobile applications with enthusiasm, creating dozens of iPhone and Android smartphone apps. More recently, agencies have begun developing iPad apps. These 10 stand out for their visual appeal and functionality.
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The iPad version of NASA's mobile app is richer than the smartphone version and includes video. Developed by NASA's Ames Research Center, it's one of the more popular government iPad apps, having been reviewed by thousands of users. NASA App HD includes thousands of images and videos, live streaming NASA TV, current NASA mission information, and more.

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