Top 50 iPad apps

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Michelle Starr is the tiger force at the core of all things. She also writes about cool stuff and apps as CNET Australia's Crave editor. But mostly the tiger force thing.

Found an iPad lurking beneath the tree? Perhaps this collection of our favourite apps will help you get started.

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Leo90 posted a comment   

My essential iPad app for business is Beesy. It's a great tool for my everyday life at work. help to sort out and don't forget a thing on my differents projects. Very useful also in meeting with I can take note and send minutes at the end of the meeting by mail very quickly and easily.


prospective ipad user posted a comment   

I was just wondering if the ipad could be used to access the internet via wireless modem connection from home? or is net connection strictly confined to mobile broadband, which could be really expensive. Thanks!


Anonymous posted a reply   

You can use both


Irate is rude but has a point posted a comment   

It's extremely unfriendly to list 5 apps per page and force you to scroll 10 pages. For user friendliness just give us a single page with the list.

I'm sure some people will scroll the full 10 pages, but many, myself included, will not!


sigh posted a reply   

Then don't - the ones who do will take up the slack and give cnet the page views they need to make the advertising dollars that allow the site to exist in the first place and provide free articles for us.


Irate posted a comment   

WTF is wrong with cnet ?
Why not list 10-15 apps per page, instead of this pathetic adherence to 5 lines per page ?

Seriously, WTF is wrong with you ?


get a life! posted a reply   

Over rude replies from people who have attitude and want the world to owe them everything. It's just a website so get a life and cut the abusive crap over nothing . direct you anger to real issues .

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