Wacom’s Bamboo Stylus for iPad is a sleek, super stylish accessory that looks and feels great. But does it work?
There’s a little bit of everything in today’s pint-sized edition.
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Today, I’ve found you an app for Anime art lovers, an aquarium, an app for adding photo frames to your pictures, and tons of games!
Today: A major game from the creators of Doom and Quake, four storybooks for kids, some useful educational tools, music tools, timers, an image utility for Mac, and much more!
Today: a pair of photographer tools, a unique Google Docs reader, three medical tools, and a ton of games!
If you loved Portal 2, you’re going to be nuts over today’s first free app. Plus, don’t miss a terrific explorer’s app for travelers (from Gowalla) and a powerful ewallet/password app for your Mac.
Despite Steve Jobs’ wishes for finger-only input devices, there are a number of tasks on your iPad or iPhone that are made considerably simpler with the use of a stylus.Â I’ve been using Targus’ acclaimed Stylus for iPad extensively (and almost exclusively) for the last week, and the verdict is positive.
Today: Angry Birds clone number eleven thousand, three hundred and forty-nine. This one has zombies!
Ever heard of “letterpress,” aka the wood-tile printing press? It’s becoming an extreme rarity in our modern age, the hand-crafted beauty of it going nearly extinct.Â LetterMpressÂ for iPad isÂ the creation of letterpress enthusiasts who want to keep the artform alive.