Ever since its launch, the iPad news application has been of enormous benefit to those wishing to access the latest happenings everyday. If you are looking for the latest edition of The New York Times (NYT), you just have to access it through the iPad news application as the former has entered into an agreement with Apple to put its edition on the Net free of cost. Similarly, subscriptions for premium magazines like GQ and Vanity Fair too are available through iPads, as their publishers have agreed to the same.
For the latest financial news, you can view the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on iPad news application. Leading news houses like BBC and Reuters have also floated customized iPad news applications and are being logged on to by iPad users.
The iPad reviews, since the computer’s launch, have by and large been quite favorable. The WSJ has termed it a laptop killer while in its praise the NYT has found it ideal for both technology and non-technology-minded people. PC Magazine has called it a winner among tablets with TechCrunch also endorsing WSJ’s view that it is powerful enough to replace laptops. Its book storing capacities have also been praised by The Independent.
Additionally, among the many iPad reviews that Time magazine has published, the one that stands out the most is the magazine calling it one of the 50 Best Inventions of 2010. Popular Science called it a top gizmo in its Best of What's New list of 2010.
Because of its huge sales since its launch, iPad users have come together to form iPad forums which are essentially platforms for like minded people with the same interests to come together to exchange information.