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What Are the Best Apps for iPad Pro?

almost 6 years ago from , Wizard & Divergent

Maybe it's too early to make a list (the iPad Pro recently will have a month on market), but this list can be useful for those who will buy it and want to know how useful could become this device.

6 comments

  • Vasil EnchevVasil Enchev, almost 6 years ago

    http://protosketch.io/

    4 points
  • Hanu Man, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    Umake and Adobe Comp are great apps and make the iPad a really productive and versatile device.

    2 points
  • Teemu PaananenTeemu Paananen, almost 6 years ago (edited almost 6 years ago )

    These are the apps I use the most on my iPad Pro. The main purpose for my Pro is basically to use it as a compliment to my daily work life and as an entertainment device at night.

    For work I use: - Notes app (iOS stock) - Procreate - Slack - Dropbox (doesn't support Pro resolution yet, sucks) - Mailbox (also doesn't support Pro resolution yet, sucks) - Sketch Mirror - Paper 53 - Notability

    For entertainment I use: - Video app (iOS stock) - Netflix - Youtube - Tweetbot - Safari - Medium

    1 point
  • ポール ウェッブポール ウェッブ, almost 6 years ago

    On my iPad Pro, these are the apps I enjoy the most:

    • Box
    • iBooks
    • iMaschine 2
    • Netflix
    • NHK World
    • Overcast
    • Prompt (omfg, this app is amazing)
    • Slack
    • Transmit
    • Tweetbot
    • Word (seriously, it's awesome)
    • Memopad (so good, but I wish it did certain things)
    • Outlook (not joking here, Outlook for iOS is amazing, and this is coming from someone who was using CloudMagic on iPhone)
    1 point
  • Aaron Lloyd WhitmoreAaron Lloyd Whitmore, almost 6 years ago

    The apps I listed are totally usable on the Air 2. But the overall experience has benefitted from the iPad Pro's specs and peripherals.

    • Apple Notes
    • Paper by 53
    • Coda for iOS
    • Adobe Comp CC
    • Reeder
    • VSCO

    For reference, I still require a Mac with OSX. But now prefer to use the iPad Pro away from the "office". As long as a suitable tabletop is available. This device is a joy to use two handed with the Pencil. Feels a little closer to analog.

    0 points