Apple and the various developers of apps are always trying to come up with new things, and when it comes to iPad apps they should create, there are some that tend to get recurring mentions from plenty of consumers. The iPad is such a nifty and popular device that there are bound to be a number of anticipated apps that its users would clamor for.
The following list gives a few suggestions for iPad apps they should make.
1. Screen sharing
One of the more useful iPad apps they should create is for letting users do screen sharing. An iPad would be well suited for remote access to and interaction with other Macs on its network because it has a decent-sized screen and an almost full-size keyboard.
2. A better iTunes app
The iTunes app for the iPad may be an improvement on the one for the iPhone, but with some added features, it could really be outstanding. Such features could include support for both iTunes Extras and iTunes LP as well as support for Internet radio. Letting users browse their music collections in other locations via Home Sharing would also be a good feature.
A more robust implementation of Preview or even an entirely new app with support for links or bookmarks in PDFs and capability for annotating PDFs would be welcomed by people who read or work with a lot of files in PDF format.
The wildly popular Katamari ball-rolling games for PlayStation, PSP, and Xbox already have an iPhone counterpart called i Love Katamari, so why not also create a version that is specifically for the iPad? After all, the iPad has a bigger screen than the iPhone, as well as advanced graphics, so the game is sure to look wonderful on it.
5. Microsoft Office
It is true that a Mac product would not need Microsoft Office apps. However, according to the Business Insider, iWork apps have consistently been among the best-selling paid apps since the iPad was launched. Considered by most people as Apple versions of MS Office apps, the iWork apps are Pages (Word), Numbers (Excel), and Keynote (PowerPoint). Clearly, a market for office apps already exists. Microsoft would in all probability be doing itself a favor to take note and take advantage of this potential.
There are undoubtedly many more iPad apps they should make that other people would like to see. The list above is just a selection of them.