iOS offers a variety of photo printing apps like Free Prints and PostalPix. But until now, none of them bore the illustrious Kodak name. That changes today with the release of Kodak Moments HD for iPad. With Kodak Moments HD, users can easily create high quality photo books and prints using photographs from their iPad or social media sharing sites. And unlike competing apps, Kodak allows users to choose from both ship-to-home and same-day in-store pickup options.
Whether you're a student or a teacher, this latest release from 'Education Apps' – and the developers first on iOS – is sure to attract some attention. Gojimo is a new all in one learning tool which you'll be able to utilize on the go with your iPhone or iPad.
Once of the best looking weather apps you'll find anywhere, Yahoo! Weather, has received an update today which brings new sharing features and at long last proper iPad support. It's a universal app, so no additional download is required, and it looks even more stunning on the larger screen than on the iPhone.
Instapaper has been updated, bringing some of the enhancements to the iPad that came first to the iPhone in September, including a new look and feel. Instapaper for iPad has a new color scheme, new sections, and some other enhancements as well. The same sorting and filtering capabilities found on the iPhone are also now found on the iPad.
Almost since Apple turned to Intel for Mac microprocessors in 2006, Parallels Desktop has been a mainstay for Mac users wanting to run Windows alongside their Macs without having to reboot first. Now the company is turning its spotlight on the iPad with a new app called Parallels Access, which enables you to operate Mac (and Windows) apps from your iPad, as if they were running locally.
YouTube for iOS has been updated with support for overlays with suggestions for what to watch next. These banners come up from the bottom of the video that you are currently watching, suggesting a video for you to watch after your current video is done.
Couch Music Player for iPad is not only a lot more visually appealing than the default music player, it functions like a music player should on the iPad by taking advantage of the screen real estate in more functional ways. Outside of just being a replacement music player, it's got support for AirPlay and up next playlists built right in.
YouTube for iOS has been updated with a new features and enhancements, including support for live events. Events like Coachella have often been streamed live on YouTube in the past, but users could not view them on iOS devices. iOS users can now view live events through the app, and YouTube has added a feed called “Live” to the “From YouTube” section of the guide which lists the live events that are currently available.
Incredimail is a visual email client for iPad that displays your email as a collage of snippets of text and photos from your messages. With Incredimail, you can see more of your emails at first glance and easily flip through your messages.