free ipad apps

free ipad apps

Selfie Gym Pro Editor: Taking selfies is all the rage these days (unfortunately) and unsurprisingly, people (read: weirdos) use them to try and show off their bodies. Anyway, if you’re one of those people, but you don’t have much to show off then this is the app for you. Selfie Gym Pro Editor will let you fiddle with your photos to make it look like you hit the gym a lot more often than you do, as well as messing about with the tone of your skin. You know, for reasons. [£1.49]

“Godzilla: Strike Zone” is rated 12 or higher for violence. This free iPad, iPhone app, requires iOS 5.0 or later, is compatible with iPad, iPhone and iPod touch and is iPhone 5 optimized.

The new iPad version of the free “Beats Music” app contains the same features as its version for iPhone and iPod touch. There is a handpicked mix of albums and playlists personally customized for listeners, the “Just For You” option, as well as the ability to create your own playlists and discover new music on your own or with friends. But the free iPad version brings a specially designed interface for iPad as well as dedicated support for both portrait and landscape modes.

The leak that Apple will bring over “Touch ID” to the new iPad Air 2 now has more credibility thanks to the analysis by Ming-Chi Kuo. Kuo has a credible track record in predicting Apple plans. “Touch ID,” introduced in iPhone 5s, both replaces the manual passcode for security and easily authenticates anything a user purchases from “iTunes.” “Touch ID” is so successful on iPhone 5s that many Apple observers believe that “Touch ID” will become the foundation of an Apple mobile payments platform.

Google Docs: You know what Google Docs is, I’m sure. Google has released an Android (and iOS) app so you can use Google Docs on the go. Create new documents, edit old ones, everything you can do with Google Docs in the browser you can do with this. [Free]

Money Dashboard: This is a handy finance app, that lets manage your money on the move. Money Dashboard will link up to all of your current, credit, and savings accounts and automatically update as and when things change. You’ll be able to see and monitor your money in one easy to read space, which is pretty damn useful if you ask me. [Free]