Make your device a powerful workhorse with inexpensive Apple iPad apps for design inspiration.
The iPad can have more uses than just reading, gaming, watching films and exploring the internet. In an article by Nick Bilton from the New York Times News Service, the iPad has had questions asked about other uses.
Using third-party peripherals and useful applications, the iPad can be harnessed as a great tool for creative tasks. For photographers, writers and artists the iPad has the potential to create great unique and original content. Just a few added applications can tranform your device and give you all the options requsted.
With the iPad 2, an Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit helps viewing, sharing and editing photos, available for around 30 dollars or your currency equivalent. For painting and drawing there are countless applications to assist with finger-painting and brush painting.
Creating great drawing is easy with the Brushes app available for $5, and Sketchbook Pro also $5 can be ideal for more advanced users with its sized brushes. Adobe have a couple of apps you can use with your computers these include Adobe Color Lava for $3and Adobe Eazel for $5. Apple’s Wurm at $2 will transform your iPad into a canvas.
With writing and blogging there a many apps to choose from ranging between $2 and $100 for more extensive uses. With all these added extras, you will find that the iPad is a very versatile device. For more information and details on additional apps, visit bend bulletin.com.
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