Appsfire for iPad, Android
So last week I was introduced to Appsfire. I logged in and looked around but for some reason I didn’t see any iOS download (because after you log in there is no link). Bottom line is I searched but was not able to find. I made comment on that and Appsfire came back to say there was an app.
Once I found it, I became very impressed. Appsfire is an app discovery program that not only gets you deals on apps but also lets you know what others have and use on their iOS devices. You can search through the free apps or paid apps. Add your friends to stay up-to-date.
Appsfire is available on iOS and Android app stores. Thanks to Appsfire for reaching out to me!Subscribe to iPad365 on iTunes – iPad365 RSS - Twitter: @iPad365 - YouTube iPad365 Playlist
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If you are looking to give a microphone adapter as a gift for the iPad then I suggest checking out the iRig Mic Cast. There are some iPad microphones that connect to the 30-pin dock. Since the 4th generation iPad came out that connector has become obsolete.
The iRig connector uses the headphone jack instead of the connector. You can easily plug it in and record without worrying about a patch cable.
iRig Mic Cast
Check out the previous iPad app – Top 10 Episodes of iPad365