Microsoft just brought the touch editing on its office web apps, making it more useful and enjoyable on iPad. Clearly we are moving towards an much awaited office experience on iOS. Do give it a spin by opening http://www.microsoft.com/office/preview/en on your iPad.
If you prefer checking out Twitter on iPad from safari browser, then there is some good news. In coming weeks Twitter will be launching a new HTML 5 version for iPad users. Benefits, better touch responses, gestures. Its not much different from their app, but well gives you the same experience in browser.
As promised, Hugh Hefner is ready with his uncensored iPad app. Its a web based app, so you have to go to iPad browser and open i.playboy.com and then all the fun starts. But it comes at a cost, you have to buy membership, costs $8 per month, $60 for whole year and $100 for 2 years. Have fun .
Keeping the whole Flash fiasco behind, Adobe has gone ahead and updated their Adobe TV to be iPad friendly(iOS friendly). So now you can go ahead and navigate to tv.adobe.com from iPad and access those amazing videos in a tablet friendly format.
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In case you are a avid Yahoo user or just visit it for daily dose of news, mails etc from iPad, well then there is something Yahoo wants to offer. Yahoo just released a tablet optimised url(http://www.yahoo.com/tablet) which when accessed from iPad gives a pretty good view of the content sans the cluttering. Nice going Yahoo .