Food, Feeds, Art, and Art
You'll need a web link-up, but you'll find a boatload of good food if you have one
If, like us, you're an unregenerate foodie, you'll appreciate this window onto the web-based Epicurious. Tons of recipes, nutritional info, reviews, and more - although navigation and searching could be improved.
A little assistance while you try to sip from the RSS firehose
If your RSSing is through Google, this Google Reader client can cache your feeds so you can read them when you're not around a Wi-Fi hotspot or your iPad is 3G-less.
There must be at least one thoroughly off-the-wall app, or it's not a Reg round-up
There's absolutely no reason to have this app - other than the fact that it's a thoroughly bizarre - and loud - "creative sound based wallpaper creator." Unexplainable - you'll have to try it yourself.
To the rescue, panel by panel by panel
Although at launch this comics store had only six free comics available - others are $1.99 - its worth a look to see how the pages are displayed frame-by-frame, or by automatically panning into different text bubbles in a single frame.
Next page: Radio, Numbers, Music & Chat
Look at what I am missing out on not buying one of these...
There's no such word
as addicting. I expected better from El Reg than to succumb to the most annoying grammatical error on the the internet. The correct word is addictive, not addicting and the increasing use of the latter is really starting to piss me off for some reason. Of course, if you are using it ironically then that's cool, otherwise buy and read a dictionary.
Re: Then why post?
Because you touch yourself at night.
Evernote = Awesome
Couldn't live without it. The Windows app is superb, especially for web clipping and the Android app to send pictures, notes and audio memos is equally handy.
I've no immediate plans to buy an ipad, but I think the instant on nature of the thing would definitely help me get even more convenience out of Evernote.
Full screen fart apps?
I hate the purile humour of these things more than most but I'm wondering how long it takes (took?) before the first iPad fart app appears (appeared?)