To celebrate episode 200 I am taking you back through 199 episodes. There have been a lot of apps I have shown you since January 1st and you have watched. I collected the view list then put the top 10 list on List.ly.
So here are the top 10 episodes of iPad365:
In this episode I looked at four Twitter client apps you can use for your iPad. This includes the Official Twitter app, Hootsuite, Tweetbot and Twitterrific.
Pitfall was a game I played as a kid. For Atari or Intellivision it was the game to play. Now it’s back with an iPad app. It’s a chase game where you have to swipe to jump or turn and you tilt the iPad to get coins.
There are many drawing apps out there. This one is like those sketch journals an artist might have had. I have seen people use the Paper app to take notes or to just make some quick sketches. If you see something you want to recreate, just put it in the journal so you can reference it later.
A couple months ago Amazon came out with the instant video app to let you watch HD videos from your Prime account. You can also rent and watch videos from the vast Amazon library.
I looked up some of the most expensive iPad apps you could buy. Some of these apps cost $1000.
While I was in San Francisco, I got to see an app that was getting ready to be released. I talked to their PR representative and learned about the art of promoting the iPad app. I interviewed Phil Jeudy.
In preparation for The Dark Knight Rises, I looked at a couple apps related to the Dark Knight movie. One app added a cowl, Catwoman or Bane masks to your face. Take a picture and send to your friends
If you were like me you had a day planner in place of an iPad 10 years ago. Now you can have the day planner on your iPad.
It’s addictive, Clash of the Clans is a land growing game. Build your clan and avoid getting attacked by other Clans.
This is a game that was taken off iTunes app store because of the server problems they had. Now it’s back and you can lead Homer Simpson to re-build Springfield.
In today’s iPad accessories for the Holidays, I take a look at the Lightning cable. A great gift for anyone with a 4th gen iPad, iPad mini or iPhone5. Of course you want to make sure to get an Apple approved Lightning cable or else you could risk it not working.