iPad for Business: Niche Apps

Part 4 of 5 in the iPad for Business series.  What can an iPad offer me for work?

Niche Apps.  Applications that meet a need but aren’t for everyone.  From Guides to remote location maps, drawing to remote control, these are the apps that help you out in those unique situations.

iPad Niche Apps

AppStart for iPad ( http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/appstart-for-ipad/id408984648?mt=8 )
Free – iPad: This a great guide to get you started.  It features some tips, some apps, and some things you may not be aware that your iPad can do.  And best part… it’s free.

Bento for iPad ( http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/bento-for-ipad/id363230518?mt=8 )
4.99 – iPad: A great mobile database app.  Easily create simple databases, lists, and other catalogs.  Will sync with Bento for the Mac.

Find My iPhone/iPad ( http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/find-my-iphone/id376101648?mt=8 )
Free – Universal: Hopefully you’ll never use this, but one day you’ll find yourself misplacing your iPad.  Requires internet access to work, but it can easily locate iPads.

Drawing Apps There are many drawing apps and aids for use on the iPad.  Here are some I recommend.

VNC apps: In addition to one I’ll cover tomorrow here are some VNC & remote apps

(NoteiPad designed for the iPad, iPhone– designed for iPhone & scales for iPad, Universal– Designed for both, Native– Part of the iOS applications)

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