For those strictly iPhone apps-apps lovers out there, nope, we are NOT ignoring you. Being an iPhone gaming site first, we’d have to dish out the iPad Gaming content first but let’s now focus on iPad Apps including those that were demo’d at the event.
The iPad will run almost all of the apps designed for the iPhone. You just download them from the App Store. Or, if you already have apps for your iPhone or iPod touch, you can sync them to iPad from your Mac or PC.
One of the most critically acclaimed iPhone apps is Steve Sprang’s Brushes. Brushes is a “touch control based MS Paint/Photoshop” if you want to call it. Well, Brushes iPad will be readily available for the iPad upon launch.
Some of Brushes features include simple to mildy complex brushes, layers, copy paste between layers, eyedropper tool and so much more. With a bigger working space though, the app simply looks fantastic on the iPad.
This app will definitely a more improved version of the current iPhone rendering by MLB.com. Some of the coolest features include actual batter hits, baseball cards, recaps, live stats and so much more:
Boohoo! I don’t read newspapers and the news that the NY Times online is actually going the paid subscription route doesn’t make me any more inclined to start reading now.
BUT, for those of you who do, it should be fun to actually see the NY Times in full touch screen mode complete including playable embedded videos (note: app specific videos, iPad does NOT support Adobe Flash)
They’ve only demo’d three on stage and Brushes looked the most impressive. If you were to be asked which iPhone apps you’d like to see iPad renderings of, which would they be? Mine is Facebook and Twittelator Pro, you?