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10 Epic iPad Apps

Apple's iPad completely changed the way people think about tablets and mobile computing. These 10 must-have iPad apps will help you understand why.
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You can run Square on an iPhone (and Android) but running it on an iPad makes your business look more serious (or more obnoxiously hip). Square lets you accept credit card payments, using the Square Card Reader. The fee is only 2.75% per swipe, and there's no contract, monthly fee, or merchant account hassle. How cool it that? If you're running a small business, it's very cool.

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5/14/2012 | 2:38:37 PM
re: 10 Epic iPad Apps
The iPad is the most incredible device ever created. My family all loves it and our favorite app right now is called FlySmacker - http://itunes.apple.com/us/app...
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