With well over 100,000 apps for the iPhone, some of them are quite awesome. However, some of those awesome apps have fallen very short of their potential on the iPad. iPad Today's Sarah Lane guest hosts this episode to explain 5 of her favorite iPhone apps that suck on the iPad.
Version 1.0.6 | Developed by Burbn, Inc. | 5.6 MB | Free
Instagram is like a twitter feed, but only for photos and with lots of cool image filters. They say they're working on an iPad version, and they'd better once iPad 2 gets a camera.
Version 2.2.2 | Developed by Foursquare | 4.5 MB | Free
Foursquare, now that they're heavy into photo checkins.
Version 1.2.2 | Developed by Tumblr, Inc. | 2.0 MB | Free
Tumblr - their mobile site works well on the iPad, but an app would be nice.
Version 3.3.3 | Developed by Facebook, Inc. | 4.2 MB | Free
Facebook - despite what MZ says the iPad is very mobile and has the real estate to do better than their limited iPhone app.
Version 1.3 | Developed by Yahoo! | 5.2 MB | Free
Flickr - it's a sucky iPhone app too. Yahoo just sucks all around with this one.
Netflix delivers movies directly to your home saving you time, money and hassle. As a Netflix member you can instantly watch thousands of TV episodes and movies streaming directly to your PC, Mac or right to your TV via a Netflix ready device like the Xbox 360, PS3, and the Nintendo Wii console. Plus get DVDs by mail in about 1 business day. Watch as many movies as you want! Shipping is FREE and there are never any late fees or no due dates. Keep the movies as long as you like. DVDs by mail. Plus, instantly right to your TV. Get unlimited movies 2 ways for one low monthly price. As a new member and an Appjudgment viewer, you can get a FREE Trial membership. Go to www.netflix.com/AJ and sign up NOW! Be sure to use this URL so that they know we sent you!
With hundreds of apps to choose from for your iPhone, Android or whatever smartphone you may have, how do know what's worth the download? AppJudgment is your daily source for phone app reviews and previews.
Want the most recent episode of this show always up to date on your website? Use this self-updating embed code!