Adobe Idea Vector App
Designed for savvy creatives who love spending hours tooling away with Adobe CS software, Adobe Ideas is an amazing app that let’s you design on-the-go using vectors, layers, and color themes. Use a stylus or your finger to draw strokes that appear smooth at any zoom level. But what really makes this app so cool is that you can take all your new drawings and import them into Photoshop or Illustrator for further refinement. Now there’s no reason to ever stop creating!
Adobe Idea Vector App
Turn your iPad into a canvas for your next painting with Procreate! Strokes are rendered at a speed and precision that will have you channelling Rembrandt before you even know it. You’ll see your stroke blend, decay, and even smudge in realtime. Each brush has over 25 settings that can be adjusted to achieve the effects you desire — this includes stroke plot, shape, grain, paint dynamics, min/max limits and source images. Anything you create can be exported (layers intact) into Adobe Photoshop.
Get inspired to change the world by watching a couple TED Talks before you head into the office. TED’s official app presents over 1,200 talks from some of the world’s most fascinating people: education radicals, tech geniuses, medical mavericks, business gurus, and music legends. The entire library is at your disposal, and it works when you’re connected or disconnected from the web. And if your commute ends before you’ve gotten a good fix, you can bookmark or download talks to enjoy later.
GarageBand has gone app-happy with a cool new tool that lets professional, aspiring and closet musicians rock out before they start their daily grind. GarageBand turns any iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch into a collection of instruments that can be played, recorded, and then tinkered with in a full-featured recording studio. The app lets you play instruments ranging from pianos, to organs, guitars, drums, and basses – and they even sound and function like their counterparts. Bands also get an extra boost with this app – you can gather your friends to play and record like a real band with Jam Session. Just use the built-in microphone or a guitar to record the pieces of your performance.
The TNR-i app is basically the iOS version of the company’s Tenori-on, a funky electronic instrument that you’ve seen musicians like Little Boots or Björk using on stage. The app works with a grid of 16 by 16 LED switches that you tap to activate different sounds. While it’s deceptively simple in appearance, the innovative trance-like sounds it’s capable of creating are only limited by your imagination.