Hitting app store today, looks good as any offering from Gameloft, will share the link as soon as its up.
If you are into screenplay writing, then here is something which might interest you. The Screenwriting iPad App, built specifically for screenplay writers which enables its users to edit/write the content on the move.
Since I am not qualified to review a app made for screenwriters, I can only comment on the UI and app stability, usability which I found to be pretty impressive. So, do check out the Screenwriting app at iTunes Store Link, if you are into that field, its only collecting good reviews for itself.
djay is the new iPad app which I am pretty sure will collect a decent amount of accolades for itself. The interface and features are well sophisticated enough to impress even the seasoned DJ’s. But that absolutely doesn’t mean I understand what each and every one of them means. Its kind of a app which is better reviewed by cool people we have seen earlier.
If you are into some DJ’ing stuff, this app is for you, same goes for your friend whom you can recommend this. The app does costs a cool $20, but I am sure it wouldn’t be a issue for people who understand what the app offers. For more info and complete feature list do visit iTunes Store Link.
Ahmm, cough* must download *cough(you know what I am talking about). The app is free and can be downloaded from the iTunes Store Link. Apart from catalogue pics, the app also comes with store locator feature, just in case you need one. Already collecting some decent reviews on app store.
Following the latest tradition, AutoWeek joins the iPad Magazine app brigade. With app you get notifications as soon as new edition comes out and also if interested can buy back issues. You will find the usual suspects in terms of features multitouch zooming, content sharing with friends and media embeds.
App Features :
* Interactive page flipping motion
* Multi-touch zoom functionality
* Share your subscription with friends
* Superior search tool
* Original multi-media content
* Download issues for off-line reading
Each month edition will cost you $0.99 and that is apart from your regular paper subscription. Pretty sure if you have been reading the magazine, the app experience will impress you. The AutoWeek app costs $0.99 and you can download it from iTunes Store Link.