There is nothing quite like the anticipation of waiting for a cool new iPad app to download. It’s a whole new feeling of bliss. Just watching that progress bar fills the mind with the potential of the iPad and the promise of the perfect app. The trouble is that all too often the feeling can be choked up by the realisation that you’ve downloaded a howler. You were taken in by the description and the price and now you feel cheated. Don’t worry, we’ve been there. That’s why we’ve created this feature.
With around 300,000 apps on the App Store it can be infuriating trying to find the right app. Some apps have some things you want but others you don’t, they may have some cool features but just look and feel too boring, or they may have a great interface but no long-lasting depth. It’s tough for consumers in a marketplace that big – it would be like trying to do your grocery shopping in the Empire State Building with only tiny descriptions offered for each product!
Luckily, iCreate has come to the rescue. We’ve searched high and low to bring you the definitive 100 best iPad apps – five from each section. We’ve then gone on to single out the top one in each category so you can, if you want to keep a check on the purse strings, just get the very cream of the crop. We’ve also identified the key feature in each of these apps so you know what you’re getting the app for.
There are some real gems in this collection that highlight the great power of the App Store to provide quality, useful apps that can revolutionise the use you get from your iPad; whether it’s an app to keep you connected with your friends or something a little more entertaining to make the daily commute more bearable. There’s something here for absolutely everyone no matter what your interests, likes or dislikes.
Each day we will post out the best apps from a section on the App Store. Today we start with Books: