Snapguide is a pretty popular app on iPhone which was not available for iPad users until now. There is not much to describe, other than its hard to find a similar amazing app for creating how-to guides. Add steps, respective photo and done. Share it on Facebook, Twitter and more.
Snapguide is free and you can download it from iTunes Store Link.
Here is a app which might interest you, if looking for some US economy data, America’s Economy for iPad is an official app from U.S. Census Bureau which gives you all the insights on whats going on in real time US economics.
Take the pulse of the U.S. Economy straight from your phone. The America’s Economy app provides real-time updates for 16 key economic indicators released from the U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, and Bureau of Economic Analysis. Key economic measures on employment, manufacturing, international trade, retail sales, and residential construction and sales allow those who follow the U.S. economy to be the first to see whether the indicator has gone up or down since the previous report, and trends over time.
The app is free and you can download it from iTunes Store Link.
If you are Pinterest user here is some good news, they have a new iPad app which you can download from iTunes Store Link. Not a user myself, so do let me know how’s the over all experience of Pinterest on iPad.
Pinterest is where you can dream about, plan, and prepare for the things you want to do in your life. Whether it’s vacation plans, new gadgets, favorite recipes, fashion or the latest home decor, Pinterest is an easy way for you to make the most of it.
Zombie Tsunami is your app where you start as a single zombie running through the streets and keep adding those survivors to your team (after eating them ofcourse). Also you destroy whatever comes across in your way(cars, buses, vehicles), get to unleash your mayhem over 7 worldwide locations.
Free for limited time, do download it before time runs out. Available at iTunes Store Link.
Announced sometimes back, the “Huffington” magazine app used to cost you $0.99 per issue. But now the app has gone cost free and is available without any price tag attached. Not sure what happened but we all know that there are very few magazine apps around the world which command a free and get decent no. of readers to keep it going. If you bought the issue or subscribed to monthly/yearly thing, your money will be reimbursed.