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10 iPad apps you should be using

You have an iPad with lots of apps installed that you don't use much. Here are some apps you need, and you will use them.
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By James Kendrick, Rest in Peace on
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Nuzzel

This is an app that makes Twitter work the way you want, with an attractive interface that makes using it a joy. Once you start using Nuzzel you’ll wonder how you got along without it.

Get Nuzzel in the app store.

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Google News

This front end for Google’s news site presents everything you need to know with a nice layout. It brings local news into the mix so you’ll always know what’s going on.

Get Google News in the app store.

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Zillow

Whether you’re looking for a new home or want to know how the market is unfolding near you, Zillow is a great way to do both. You can tailor the information to include only what matters to you.

Get Zillow in the app store.

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Downcast

If you listen to podcasts you want to do it with Downcast. It handles every aspect of the process, and is a great way to work with podcasts.

Get Download for $2.99 in the app store.

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Pocket Informant

With a calendar, task list, contacts management, and sophisticated notes, Pocket Informant will help you keep on top of what’s important to you.

Get Pocket Informant in the app store.

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MyScript Calculator

This app lets you write math formulas with your finger and instantly returns the result. MyScript Calculator understands common math symbols and is very accurate in interpreting poor handwriting.

Get MyScript Calculator in the app store.

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Pixelmator

You take lots of photos, and not always of the highest quality. Pixelmator makes it a simple touch operation to turn them all into gems.

Get Pixelmator for $9.99 in the app store.

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iTranslate

Whether you are traveling abroad or have friends who don’t speak English, iTranslate lets two iPad owners converse with full translation.

Get iTranslate in the app store.

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Wunderlist

You have things to do and need to focus where it matters. Wunderlist can do that and so much more by letting you create task lists that make sense.

Get Wunderlist in the store.

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Duet Display

Use your iPad as a second monitor for your Mac with Duel Display. Connect the tablet to the Mac and you instantly have another monitor on your system.

Get Duet Display for $15.99.

See the review on ZDNet.

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