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Got A New iPad? There's An AppList For That!

Just got a new iPad? You need some apps to make it your own!

Win A Copy Of ArtStudio For iPad

Make the most of your retina screen with this advanced art creation app!

Updated AppList: Apps That Show Off The iPad's Retina Display

This list collects some great apps from every category that show off your new retina display iPad— rest assured, there are no clunkers here!

New iPad Now Displaying Full Retina Graphics Of iPhone Apps

The new iPad is now displaying the full Retina graphics of iPhone apps.

Updated: New iPad? Check Out Our Resource Guide For Retina Wallpapers!

Don't disgrace your new iPad with average wallpaper. Look at these incredible, free, Retina quality ones!

Holy Retina Comics Batman!

Comic book reading is about to get even better as Comixology prepares their new update.

New AppList: Apps That Show Off The iPad's Retina Display

Here are some of the best retina-optimized apps to check out first on your new iPad!

Cross Fingers Updated: Adds New Levels, iPad Optimization, And Now Supports The Retina Display

The popular iOS app, Cross Fingers ($0.99), has just been updated. Now, the app runs natively on the iPad, and supports the Retina display. Furthermore, there are now 270 new levels for fans of the app to work through.

Welcome To The Party: Google Earth App Now Uses Retina Display

The popular Google Earth app now offers native support for the iPhone 4 and Retina display. Are the bugs gone now? Read More...

Are We Pushing Developers Too Far?

Apps are becoming more and more complex, yet at the same price points. We keep asking more, more, more, but when will developers say enough already?

Retina Display Could Come to iPad

Apple touts the retina display on the iPhone 4 as the best display now available. With this in mind, don't be surprised if future iPads begin using the same technology.

The Apple In Your Eye

Much has been made about Steve Jobs' claims about the iPhone's new "Retina Display." It's good, but is it really all that he's making it out to be?