iPad Apps to Replace Netbooks

As Mentioned in my previous article, I think the iPad has the potential to replace netbooks. Here is a list of great applications that can do just that.

Evernote (Free)- Great note application with synchronization so notes can be edited your computer as well as you mobile device.

Zenbe List ($4.99)- List application with synchronization to the web .  Simple application and extremely easy to use. Great to keep organized.

Todo ($4.99)- Amazing To-Do list for people who want to get things done and well organized. It synchronized with ToodleDo’s web service as well as the app creator’s own  service.

QuickOffice  HD ($14.99) Although it is expensive, QuickOffice is a great Office suite for the iOS platform, it lets you create and edit local documents, Google Documents, Dropbox documents, box.net and more.

Reeder ($4.99) Great RSS feed reader that syncs with  Google Reader as well. It also integrates with social media like Delicious, Instapaper, Twitter and More!

Insapaper ($4.99) Combined with a browser bookmarklet, Instapaer lets you save webpages to read later and sync over to your iPad to read offline.

Kindle (Free) E-book reader to replace paper books just carry along with your iPad.

iBook (Free) Another great ebook reader.

Air Sharing ($9.99) Use your iPad as a networked storage device as well as document reader.

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