A great review of the iPad by John Rust. And I couldn’t agree with this statement more:
By far, the best reading experience on the iPad has been Instapaper. Having already loved the iPhone app â€“ it greatly increased the amount of online material I read daily â€“ the iPad app seemed to take everything to a whole new level. Reading articles from The Economist, the New Yorker, and The Atlantic in a beautiful, easy-to-read format is nothing short of incredible, and Iâ€™ve actively sought more online content to read just so that I can use the application more.
Written and posted over two years ago.
(As if the best FTP client for your Mac could have gotten any better.)
I’ve been beta testing this new version for the past few weeks, and on my iPad it’s become nearly my most-used app. And it’s free — how can you not download it?
That’s the Chipotle burrito I’ve been ordering for the past 11 years (I still remember my very first one), and it adds up to 1,070 calories. (Via Marco, who’s low-calorie order only adds up to 370.)
I’m in love. ReaddleDocs has it all: access to Dropbox and other file servers; uploading; downloading; emailing; and more. Plus it’s faster than a speeding bullet and is pleasant to use.
I’ve been using the extremely-popular GoodReader for the past two weeks, but its UI is a bit awkward and it has always felt slow to me. The feature set between the two are nearly identical, but ReaddleDocs for iPad feels better. Much better. And that is what makes or breaks a good app.
(Thanks, Derek, for the tip!)
A lot of pixels squeezed into not a lot of screen.