iPad Apps to Try

iPad Apps to Try

I've had an iPad for a few months and I suspect that many readers of this blog own one too. I'm always on the look-out for interesting apps. Here are some that I can't wait to try. You can find all of these by visiting the app store on your...

I’ve had an iPad for a few months and I suspect that many readers of this blog own one too. I’m always on the look-out for interesting apps. Here are some that I can’t wait to try. You can find all of these by visiting the app store on your iPad.

Flickstackr ($1.99)
I can’t wait to see if this one lives up to it’s tabletpcreview.com review. It connects to Flickr so you can browse photos, but it also lets you create a photo stack of images you want to save while you are looking.

Sort Shots ($4.99)
This photo-organizing app uses tags to quickly sort through images. It also lets you share photos using Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Picasa.

Photobucket (free)
Just like the photo-sharing website photobucket.com, you can search, sort and share images.

Foto Editor (free)
It doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles, but you’ll be able to make quick and simple edits on your photos on Foto Editor.

Impression (free)
This app will let you put an opaque watermark on your image to make it clear who owns the picture.

The two apps I use the most on my iPad are Ancestry.com’s app Tree to Go (free) and Blogshelf ($4.99). Blogshelf organizes all my favorite blogs like books on a shelf. I just love it.

Have fun with your new apps and be sure to mention your favorite apps in the comment section below. I can’t wait to try out some new ones.

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  1. Thanks, Maureen! I received an iPad as a Christmas gift and can’t put it down. I will try these apps right away, and yours will be the first on my Blogshelf. I love following your Twitter feed and your Facebook page through the FlipBoard app.