What Happens When You Cross Pinterest and Instagram for the iPad?
Pinterest is the third most popular social networking site today right after Facebook and Twitter. Instagram is also gaining more popularity. So what happens when you combine them both? Well, you get Pinstagram. Mashable reports that the application presents an Instagram like-feed which is shown in Pinstagram’s waterfall layout. Then, you can even pin photos using Pinterest boards.
The creator of the device opted to develop the app for the iPad, as this is a platform where Instagram is not available yet, targeting a wider audience than the iPhone users who are already using Instagram on their mobile phones ……………. Read more: http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/
How will the iOS 6 Change The Way The iPad Works?
Apple has recently announced the iOS 6. Now we wonder, how will the iPad work once this change occurs? The features of the iOS 6 will be very evident in mobile phones but will also be evident in the iPad as well. This will allow you perhaps to use Siri on your iPad 2 or third generation iPad. This will increase the number of people using their iPads on the road for GPS reasons.
This will also turn the iPad into a home device which is hands-free, where you can check your data, email, sports scores, movie schedules and the like hands free ………………….. read more: http://www.cnet.com.au/
iPad is Top Selling In Canada?
Tablet ownership continues to rise in Canada. A new report on technology trends said that 21% of those who were interviewed now owned iPad devices. Last spring, only 6% of the total number of interviewees had the same amount. The iPad takes up around 62% of the tablet market in Canada, followed by Blackberry Playbook which clocks in at 20% of the tablet market.
Because of the growth of tablet users, the increase of online TV and video watching also continues to grow. Seventy-one percent of interviewees said that they watched an online video during the past month – 6% more than the numbers in the last six months ………………….. read more: http://www.theprovince.com/technology/