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Entertainment Weekly, InStyle Among 17 New Magazines Coming To iPad
Time Inc. announced on Wednesday that all of its 21 magazines would be coming to the iPad before the end of the year. Titles, which include Entertainment Weekly, InStyle, and Coastal Living, will also be available on Android, the HP TouchPad, and Barnes & Noble Nook, according to news first reported by the Apple Insider.
Bryan M. Wolfe
| August 4
AppGuide Updated: Apps to Manage Contacts
For most the contacts app included on the iPhone is good enough. However, for those who are feeling unsatisfied with Apple's offering can check out the apps in this AppGuide to get more functionality. We have also updated this AppGuide to include Tacts, which is amazingly intuitive as well as feature rich.
| June 23
AppGuide Updated: Gmail Apps For The iPad
The Mail app in iOS is fantastic for general use. However, for Gmail users, it's lacking. For example, Mail does not support labels, archiving and starred messages. The apps in this AppGuide have native support for Gmail the way Google intended, with all of the features listed above. We have updated this guide to inform you of whether the apps here also support other Google services such as Contacts, Calendar and Reader.
| June 15
Sports Illustrated iPad App Loses Key Function, Apple To Blame
In a move to show their frustration with how Apple allows digital magazines to be sold in the App Store, the folks at Sports Illustrated have removed a key feature from their app. Read More...
Bryan M. Wolfe
| September 20
Review: People Magazine - People In Love With iPad?
People Magazine is now hitting the iPad App Store news stand. Is it worth picking up under the current pricing structure, read on to find out.
| August 24