These apps should not be missing on your iPad
If you have a Apple PencilYou should know that there are extremely interesting applications to make the most of its functionalities. GoodNotes 5 is an app to take notes by hand ideal if you are a student and you still prefer the manual writing format, being able to have all your notes safe using the digital notebook iPad. And if you have a creative spirit, the most creative people who like to make free drawings with the stylus, Tayasui Sketeches is an extremely interesting drawing app that you should also have installed.
On the other hand, continuing with the more creative side, Pixelmator Y LumaFusion are two great tools for edit photos and videos respectively. They are the most downloaded in their respective fields and offer very complete interfaces in terms of functionalities, although without giving up an intuitive style. There are two others that we consider essential to have installed on any iPad.
We also find Flipboard, which basically amounts to a news feed to which you can add any digital newspaper to keep up with the news. It has automatic learning that, based on the use you make, will highlight the news in magazine format so that you can have at a glance the content that interests you the most and all from the same application. And best of all, it’s completely free.
Fantastical is one of the best calendar apps for iPad with which you can get to increase your productivity, being a much more complete manager than the native Apple and that above is multiplatform, so you can also use it on iPhone and Mac. And as a perfect complement to this we could add Microsoft To-Do, heir to the now legendary Wunderlist app and that will allow you manage all your tasks in a list format with full synchronization between devices.
And if you want to make a office use of the iPad also having accessories such as keyboards and / or mice, you are probably interested in knowing iWork. This is the Apple office suite that has Pages, Numbers, and Keynote as apps whose operation is similar to that of Office (Word, Excel and Powerpoint). They are completely free, they have many functionalities as complete as those of Office, they can be used on all computers on the block and, on top of that, they allow you to export to different formats (including those from Microsoft).
And obviously there are many more interesting applications that you can find. In fact, in La Manzana Bordida we usually publish articles with some assiduity in which we review lists of recommended apps for certain tasks, but these previously mentioned are the ones that we consider basic and that can serve a greater range of public, especially for those who finish buying an iPad for the first time.