DrawQuest is a new app that was developed by 4chan founder Chris Poole, aka “moot.” Don’t worry, though. DrawQuest is entirely different than the media sharing site, which is often filled with questionable content.
Instead, DrawQuest is a simple and fun community-based sketching app. According to Poole, the app is all about “relearning to express yourself creatively and sticking with it.” It doesn’t matter what your skill level is, you can have fun creating images and expressing yourself in this app.
Do you remember the first time you came face-to-face with the Periodic Table of the Elements? Was it exciting? Daunting? Maybe a little boring?
We’ve selected a range of iPad apps that teach the periodic table to a number of age ranges. Whether a student is learning about the periodic table for the first time or is on her way to becoming a dedicated student of chemistry, these apps will help her learn about the difference between Hydrogen and Ununoctium, and every element in between.
Last March, Apple began its dividend and share-repurchasing program. The company plans to dish out more than $45 billion over a three-year process through the hybrid approach it settled on last year. Each quarter, Apple pays shareholders a $2.65 per-share dividend. Coincidentally, today is payday for the current quarter. Happy Valentine’s Day, love Apple.
Autodesk is back with 123D Creatures, an iPad app that lets you bring your imagination to life with the creation of fun 3-dimensional creatures. Begin by designing your creature and ‘sculpting’ in your detail, which can include adding skin, feathers, wings, fins, horns, claws or paws to your biped or quadruped. When everything is just how you saw it in your head, export your finished product into an image or 3D model, share it with all of your friends and family on Facebook and Twitter or “have it 3D printed into a real sculpture!”
It’s no secret that we at PadGadget love to keep an eye on the many iPad-related projects that find successful funding on Kickstarter. But sometimes backers fund a project, then wait months for the item to be produced. That’s where BiteMyApple.com and Outgrow.me come in. These sites offer consumers products that are ready to buy and ship. No more waiting!
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Valentine’s Day can be a real drag if you don’t have someone special to spend it with. If you’re without a Valentine this year, you can use that cash you would have spent on flowers, chocolates, and dinner to pick up a few awesome iPad games.
We’ve rounded up a few fun games that will take your mind off of Valentine’s Day. We promise you won’t find a rose, a heart, or anything lovey dovey in these apps, so download a few and gear up for a night of gaming.
Are you a musician looking for good apps to compliment your creativity? Maybe you just love music a whole lot. If you are as big a music fan as we are here at PadGadget, then we’ve got some fun apps and accessories for you. Last week, we told you about Composer’s Piano, which is an app that lets users record two tracks of music from a virtual synthesizer and edit in real time to help you create songs with a few simple taps.
Kairosoft is known for producing some of the best simulation games in the App Store. For awhile, the company limited its games to the iPhone, but last year, it began releasing universal apps, giving iPad owners the chance to play its addictive titles.
Now the company is experimenting with a freemium model with its newest release, Beastie Bay, which came out late last week. Beastie Bay is a simulation game that focuses on battle, city management, and animal collecting, branding it as hybrid Pokemon-style game that’s almost impossible to put down.
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 90% off, a couple are even free, so be sure to check them out because they are on sale for a limited time.