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Tayasui Sketches Review

Tayasui Sketches Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
This drawing app features an assortment of artistic tools and an impressive interface that allows users to unleash their creativity effortlessly.

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Procreate – Sketch, paint, create. gets new capabilities in its latest update. You can now show off your skills by using the new full HD canvas recording option that automatically records your progress. It records in 1080p and allows you to share your completed videos to Photos, Dropbox, iTunes, or email. Also, current users will notice that there are no longer any in-app purchases as they have all been made available for free.

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Gnomes Review

Gnomes Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
It stumbles a little in the beginning, but this water puzzler can be surprisingly fun.

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Smash Toons Review

Smash Toons Review

+ Universal App - Designed for iPhone and iPad
An action puzzler that gets a little messy.

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Paint FX Review

Paint FX Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
This photo editing app allows users to paint filters on photos any way they want with the swipe of a finger.

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Miro: Color The World! Review

Miro: Color The World! Review

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
It's certainly not for everyone, but Miro is a slightly off-kilter casual game that will please laid back gamers.

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Inspire Pro for iPad Review

Inspire Pro for iPad Review

iPad Only App - Designed for the iPad
iPad art programs continue to grow, and Inspire Pro may be the best yet.

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Before it’s release, one of the areas mentioned that the iPad had huge potential was in the arts. The question was how would artists take to it or would they? The iPad has now been out for less than a month and we’re already seeing a great uptake from a wide variety of artists. Here are a few short videos that show more.

The First iPad DJ

Rana Sobhany gave an early preview of her DJ project, Destroy The Silence this past weekend at iPadDevCamp. The plan is to become a DJ using nothing but 2 iPads, music apps, and a mixer. Here’s a short interview and demo done with Rana by Robert Scoble earlier this week.

Some of the apps she uses in the video include Korg iElectribe, Looptastic HD, GrooveMaker, and iDaft2.

Manga Artist Sketches on the iPad

yoshitoshi ABe, manga artist has posted a short video showing the use of an iPad app called Live Sketch HD. He quickly draws a beautiful sketch of a character called Ain.

Flight of the Bumblebees — one handed?

Pianist Lang Lang played a little joke during an encore recently, using his iPad and the music app Magic Piano from Smule. One of the features of Magic Piano is that it allows you to play the piano just by playing the tempo, it will play the correct notes for you. In this video, Lang Lang plays the very difficult Flight of the Bumblebees very nonchalantly with just one hand.

[via Laughing Squid, TUAW, and iPhone Life]

Dapple

Dapple

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
In Dapple, instead of swapping blocks, you have to use your paints to blend new colors and clear clusters of four or more. It's a fun new take on the color-matching formula that requires some new strategies and makes for loads of fun. If it weren't for the price, Dapple could be a real hit.

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Jackson Pollock

Jackson Pollock

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
This application brings art to your iPhone. It's a version of the Jackson Pollock web application, and it's fun to be able to paint like the master! You will find yourself showing people this application ...and then, not getting your iPhone back because they want to keep painting.

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PicTricks

PicTricks

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
When given exactly the right starting photograph, PicTricks can create funny or interesting pictures. Like any image manipulation app, though, it requires time and effort to master, and will just as often frustrate as satisfy. It's definitely worthwhile, although you can't expect it to magically create great photographs regardless of what the author claims.

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De Blob

De Blob

iPhone App - Designed for the iPhone, compatible with the iPad
De Blob is a good game cursed by bad interface design and an obvious port.

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