Here then are the first ten of the top 50 apps which can be downloaded and used to aid your iPad, selected from more than 100,000 apps available across the world.
The first app to be assessed is Jamie’s Recipes. This is a free app which includes ten recipes and videos. Any further additional theme packs cost £1.69 in-app.
Next is Mark on Call HD, helping iPad users become interior designers which offers room plans, furniture which can be moved about and allows you to attach photos of your handywork. It costs £2.99.
For 69p you can buy the Veggie Love Cookbook, offering vegetarians more than 50 recipes and some great ideas for what to buy in order to enhance your cookery skills.
The free Rightmove for iPad app is there to improve the interface of the websites for house hunters and allows photos to be enlarged as you browse.
Moving from home apps to shopping apps now with the top three being all three to download.
Auto Trader’s app simplifies the process of viewing cars and comparing prices; Ebay for iPad meanwhile has been redesigned allowing a greater interface with the touchscreen, whilst Windowshop from Amazon profiles what the online ordering firm look like on an iPad.
Similarly to the shopping apps, the social media apps featured are free to download, which makes sense as the idea of social media is to encourage people to communicate as simply as possible. Twitter, Skype and WordPress have all been redesigned as apps for iPad use and in some cases offer a better option than using them on a Mac or iPhone.