10 Stylish iPad Apps You Probably Never Heard About

Categories iPhone, Web Design

This is a guest post by Vadim – one of the curators of the Stylish iPad apps tumblog. They post the most visually stunning apps in App store on a daily basis. Today, Vadim will introduce us to a list of 10 stylish iPad apps you probably never heard about.

1. Timix ipad

Timix HD is a slick internet radio iPad app which based on ppl submitted mixes created by users

2. City GeoTweets

An artistic visualisation of the locations of recently geotagged tweets

3. Instamap

Instamap is a photography app that redefines browsing Instagram photos

4. IsoSketch

Unleash your inner gridded side by effortlessly drawing on an angled isometric grid, creating beautifully precise geometric artwork

5. Nalden

Nalden is all about a lifestyle for digital natives. Some people think this is about trends, but it is more about curated observations. The app includes stories supported by video, photos, wallpapers and must-have apps, optimized for iPad

6. Galleried

Galleried features web designs from hand-picked galleries in a fast, easy-to-browse interface

7. Architizer

Architizer, the online source for new architecture, is now on iPad

8. Myline for Facebook

MyLine is your personal timeline of your entire facebook history, plus social feed of all that’s happening now

9. Spout

Spout, the newest way to enjoy news, messages, tweets and comments delivered to your screen as a beautifully rendered display

10. Stylapps

Stylapps is the most stylish app that helps you to discover the most stylish applications in the App Store. Isn’t that stylish?

I hope you enjoyed our first ride and if you want to see more apps like that feel free to visit our blog.

Vadim is one of the curators of the <a href="http://stylishipadapps.tumblr.com/">Stylish iPad apps</a> tumblog. They post the most visually stunning apps in App store on a daily basis.
  • What I find supremely ironic is that the sponsered advert at the top of this page is for ‘create your own Flash websites’ wow!

    Other than that, i may be the odd one out here but I prefer less style when twittering and more functionality. I prefer to cut to the chase.

  • vlad

    It’s not so expensive and hard to create apps since there are web services like snappii.com They do their utmost to help customers without programming skills make complex apps for business.