Jack Dorsey, the creator, co-founder and chairman of Twitter revealed that he uses 23 apps on his iPad every day, and only five on his Mac. Here we've explored his favourite iPad apps.
In his latest post on Twitter, he said, "90 per cent of my computing is now on the iPad (with a keyboard dock). And I love it. Only thing I can't do are big presentations & code."
He also revealed that he uses 23 apps on his iPad every day, and only five on his Mac.
Here we’ve explored Dorsey’s favourite iPad apps further:
Pandora iPhone and iPad app lets you find out about bands and singers while you listen to their music. You can also share your discoveries with friends.
Numbers for iPad is part of the Apple iWork Office Suite. Numbers is a spreadsheet application with charts and tables, and a lengthy list of functions and formulas.
Keynote app is for presentations and is also part of the iWork Office Suite.
This is a word processor app. With Pages you can create all kinds of documents including newsletters, reports, brochures, and flyers. The handy page navigator lets you scroll through your document in thumbnails so you can quickly jump to any page you want.
Brushes is a painting application for the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Featuring an advanced colour picker, several realistic brushes, multiple layers and extreme zooming, it is a powerful tool for creating art on your mobile device.
With Square, you can accept credit cards on your Apple devices without a contract, monthly fees or merchant account. You receive a free Square credit card reader in the mail and will be ready to accept payments within minutes of downloading the app.
1Password app securely stores your important information and can automatically log you onto websites with a single tap. You can store your website IDs and passwords, credit cards and membership numbers. It comes with an auto-lock that keeps your data protected even if your iPad is lost or stolen.
Flipboard is a fantastic way to flip through the news, photos and updates your friends are sharing on Facebook, Twitter, Google Reader and Flickr. You get to see your social media in a magazine layout that is easy to scan and fun to read. You can also share articles, photos, and comment on posts.
iA Writer app aims to free you of any distractions so that you can focus just on the writing. iA Writer does this by filling the entire screen with the document you are typing.
Safari is Apple’s web browser which boasts of being able to render web pages at lightning speed. It has a feature that shows you your favourite sites at a glance, and the browser even checks spelling and grammar.
iBooks is an amazing way to download and read books. The app includes iBookstore, from where you can download books of various genres. You can also browse your library, tap a book to open it, turn pages by swiping the bottom right of the screen, and bookmark or add notes to your favourite passages.
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