My Top 3 Apps for iPad

Tablets are no longer devices just for games and entertainment. After you set up your iPad, you’ll want to download some apps to get the full iPad experience. Here are my top 3 apps for iPad. 

Table of Contents:

  1. GoodNotes
  2. Movies Anywhere
  3. Yousician

1. GoodNotes

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GoodNotes lets you take beautiful handwritten notes and annotate PDF documents. With the use of the Apple Pencil, you can create a intimately natural note taking experience. Also, thanks to iCloud sync, your documents in GoodNotes will synchronize between your iPad and iPhone automatically. You can check out GoodNotes in the App Store here. The bad part about it is that it’s $7.99.

2. Movies Anywhere

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Next on the list is “Movies Anywhere”, the seamless app to store the movies you’ve collected in one place — so you can watch them when and where you want. No it’s not an app that allows you to watch free pirated movies (shame on you!). This app is for those that have purchased movies from Vudu, Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes and consolidate them all in one app. Allow to watch your “movies anywhere”. Get it?

The app can be found on the App store here.

3. Yousician

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Yousician is your personal music tutor for the digital age. Learn at your own pace, whenever and wherever you want. The app listens to you play and gives instant feedback on your accuracy and timing. Our curriculum, designed by expert music teachers, will help musicians of all levels improve, from complete beginners to professionals.

Step-by-step video tutorials guide you through each lesson. Fun and addictive gameplay tracks your progress and keeps you motivated to practice and learn. You’ll be amazed how fast your skills advance.

I’ve been trying to learn the bass guitar lately and I thought to download this app to help me out with my lessons. I understand that most people won’t find this on their top 3 list of apps, but currently, Yousician is one of mine. It’s Free! Head here to download from the App Store.

So those are my current top 3 apps for iPad. Though niche, all three of them produce an outstanding experience to make productivity, creativity, and entertainment much easier for me.

Thanks for Reading!

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