26 Apps to Drive Your iPad Wild!

6/25/10Follow @soonishpodcast

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19. NPR — If you’re like me, you love NPR but you only get to listen to it when you’re driving in your car. The NPR app solves that problem. It offers a combination of text articles and on-demand audio clips from recent NPR newscasts. It also gives you instant access to live audio streams from NPR stations across the country, as well as on-demand versions of the entire lineup of programs syndicated by NPR, from “From the Top” to “Wait Wait…Don’t Tell Me!” (Someday I want Carl Kassell’s voice on my answering machine.)

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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3 responses to “26 Apps to Drive Your iPad Wild!”

  1. Tony says:

    wow…huge list
    I think Apple iPad is the ultimate consumer device and there are some great applications that can make it even better. Sketchbook, Evernote or the Math apps are really amazing.
    This is the future of cloud computing,of portable devices with an interactive interface, high res visuals.
    There is also a nice selection of the best free ipad games with some interesting choices that might come handy..
    And the battery life, 10+ hour is just awesome.

  2. Valerie Champagne says:

    Thanks for the list. It would be helpful to have a link to the place I can go to download the app. Have to keep leaving your site and searching on Google… or guessing at the web address of the app. Please just add the hyperlink to these things. thanks

  3. W. S. Hogin says:

    Thanks for the list of apps. I just got an ipad, yesterday, and I am looking forward to using it. Although I am not a big fan of AT&T (The carrier used by the IPAD.), I do like their conceptof a no contract data plan. This would be of use when out of range of WiFi signal. With the advent of cloud computing, I do feel the IPAD and others of its ilk are the future of computing. Thanks again for your list.