If you own an iPad, you’ll want to keep up on the latest tablet news and app reviews on Padvance. This week, we reviewed some awesome new HD apps, and brought you news about flying books and wireless charging technology.
Former Pixar Animator Creates Best-Selling iPad eBook
If you’re looking for a magical app for yourself or your kids, you can’t go wrong with The Fantastic Flying Books of Morris Lessmore. This eBook has interactive elements and Pixar-quality animation throughout, and sets a new standard for children’s story apps. Read our article and see the trailer here.
Sullivan’s List Review
Want to pack in a lot of living? Sullivan’s List is your guide to the most exciting cultural events on Earth, so you can visit and see all the coolest stuff before you die. From running with the bulls to swimming in the ice-cold Nordic sea, Sullivan’s List will give you plenty of exhilarating travel ideas. Read our review here.
Rumor: Is Wireless Charging in Apple’s Future?
Imagine, soon you might be able to charge your iPhone or iPad without any wires. A new technology patent from Apple, plus reports from the Wall Street Journal, seem to indicate that it’ll happen possibly as soon as the next generation of iDevices. We take a look at the technology, focusing on a company called WiTricity that seems to be on the forefront. Read our report here.
Padvance App of the Week: Star Trek PADD
This week, we declared the Star Trek PADD app to be the best thing since the invention of the warp drive in 2063. This app turns your iPad into a Star Trek prop/ encyclopedia, with all the beeping, blooping, and randomly flashing lights that you’ve come to expect from the franchise. Read our App of the Week article here.
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