Category: iPad News

Adobe Voice Lets You Tell Your Stories Your Own Way

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Today, Adobe launched a new presentation style app that makes it incredibly easy to make beautiful slide shows, complete with premade themes, which you can add your own voice to. Just in time for Mother’s Day, you can now create beautiful stories to share with others and you don’t need to take a course to learn how to use it.

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PadGadget’s Sound Stage: iRig Mic HD Now Available for Preorder

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Oh, boy. My nephew is going to be excited when he hears about this. IK Multimedia recently announced that their next-generation iRig Mic, the HD version, is now available for preorder from the company’s website. Now, the little tyke will be able to create peanut butter feedback masterpieces with 24-bit quality. Nice

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Apple Surpasses Wal-Mart, Staples to Become The Second Biggest Online Retailer

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Everyone knows that Amazon is leaps and bounds beyond any other company in the world for online sales. The Internet megastore doesn’t exist in the real world, yet is more convenient for most types of shopping than the store down the street. If you take Amazon out of the picture, Apple is the top seller of products and services online.

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Education Update: Apple Extends iPad Warranty to Educational Institutions


Over the past few years, and most especially within the last 12 months, Apple has been campaigning to educators around the world to implement an iPad program in their schools. According to the company’s second quarter earnings report, the iPad has more than 95 percent of the education market. AppleInsider has just learned that Apple has added even more means to improve its relationship with educators. Schools and other financial institutions are now offered three years of AppleCare+ for the same price that the rest of us pay for only two.

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Apple Back on Top of J.D. Power Tablet Owner Satisfaction Survey

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For three years now, J.D. Power has been conducting surveys regarding tablet owner satisfaction. For the first time in the three years, overall tablet satisfaction has declined. The main reason for disillusionment from consumers is attributed to ease of operation due to navigation features and functions changing from last year to this. Apple is back on top again after a controversial drop from the top spot last year. Just like last year, Apple scored “among the best” in four out of five categories.

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Apple Supplier Already Provided Sensor For Touch ID for iPad Air 2

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We’ve mentioned before that rumors are swelling around the possibility of Touch ID showing up in Apple’s next generation of iPad Air. Last month, indie iOS app developer Pierre Blazquez pointed to coding in the iOS 7.1.1 build that showed a Touch ID framework for the iPad. On top of a few other rumors that have come out lately, today, is reporting that Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has already shipped Touch ID sensors for the next generation iPad Air in mid-April.

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Angus the Irritable Bull Charges into the App Store


One great thing about the iPad is that it is the prefect vehicle for launching a thousand adventures for young readers. Instead of a room filled with stacks of books, your little one can take off on wild adventures, meet interesting creatures, and learn life lessons without having to grab a new book. Thanks to creative software engines, the pages of digital books come to life as children interact with characters, find hidden objects, and listen to stories.

Illustration publisher Watermark recently launched an iPad app with all original art that is brought to life by the high quality graphics platform Unity for 2-D.

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PadGadget’s DIY Project Spotlight: DIY Tablet Holder for Under the Cabinet

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I’ve mentioned multiple times that I use my iPad as a recipe book on a regular basis. I have a folder full of apps and a long list of articles saved in Evernote Food. Practically every home cooked meal starts with a visit to my iPad. I also have very little countertop space in my house, a complaint that I’m sure I’m not alone in. Today, we’ve got a do-it-yourself project for mounting a stand to the underside of your kitchen cabinet so you can use your iPad without it taking up precious countertop space.

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PadGadget Daily App Deal – 6 iPad Apps on Sale

PadGadget Daily App Deal – 6 iPad Apps on SaleFor today’s Daily Deal we’ve found 6 great apps to add to your iPad collection.  We have 4 productivity / entertainment apps and 2 game apps in today’s bundle.

We used our PadGadget Apps Tracker to find these great deals and we’ll continue to look for the best app deals as they pop-up. Some of these apps are up to 80% off so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.

Check out all the sale apps after the break »

‘Juice’ Wall Mounted Charger Makes Your iPad Look Like Art

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I love wall mounts for the iPad. It is my favorite place to keep my tablet stored when I’m not using it, and sometimes when I am using it. It looks great on the wall and is a convenient way to keep your expensive gadget off the countertop while you make a mess with food or crafting supplies. Juice is a sleek looking wall mount that doubles as a charger. All you have to do is mount it to your wall using your iPad cable and you’ve got yourself a charger and tablet display all in one.

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