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Those looking for a simple app to help make the best of those home movies should look no further than iMovie. It makes good use of the Retina Display to allow tweaking and improving movies for uploading to YouTube within the app.
Surprisingly sophisticated movies and trailers can be produced with the tools in iMovie on the iPad.
I spend a lot of time working with my Google Reader RSS feeds, and my favorite method to do so is with the Reeder app on the iPad. I can go through hundreds of feeds quickly, and zoom in on these nuggets of interest with ease. It fully syncs with Google Reader so there is no duplication of effort with Reeder.
I read Kindle books almost exclusively, and the latest version of the app for the iPad takes full advantage of the Retina Display. The printed word has never looked so good on any screen, and is as sharp as can be. I can read Kindle books with smaller fonts on the iPad than any other device, making it much more like reading real books.
The Kindle app makes working with large libraries very easy, and finding the right book to read is as simple as swiping and tapping on the screen.