A friend of mine recently got an iPad Mini and asked me for app recommendations. I took screenshots of the current apps I have on my iPad and uploaded them to a Flickr set, and also shared the following app list links with him.
My favorite iPad Media apps:
My fav iPad productivity apps:
Several lists of apps, which are both iPhone and iPad, on Appolicious – by category:
An older list of fav apps:
If you’re wondering, my current iPad wallpaper is a photo of Mt Ararat and Little Ararat as seen from Yerevan, Armena, included on the English WikiPedia article for “Mountains of Ararat.” It’s shared by the photographer (Serouj Ourishian) under a Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike license. Those are mountains, along with the Alborz (Elburz) mountains in northern Iran, which I hope to behold someday with my own eyes!
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