There are so many, in fact, that not all have been able to successfully stay in business, as evidenced by the recent shutdown of the popular photo app Everpix.
To master mobile photo management, explore these high-quality, longstanding choices which should be around for a very long time.Dropbox
Dropbox has seriously stepped up its game in the photo space. Installing the app the first time will prompt you to automatically backup your photos. It will import any existing images taken as well as future photos for those times when taking pictures with your iPad is the best, if not awkward, option.
A photo album feature exists inside Dropbox where users can create [...]
The beauty of web apps is that they can work across numerous operating systems, regardless of whether they're powering a smartphone, tablet or laptop. What this essentially means is that one colleague/customer could be using the app on an iPad, while another checks it out on an Android smartphone (note: this is however providing that both platforms support all the APIs used in your app).
So, what are the advantages of doing so? Besides saving on costly app development (more on that below), it means your app is more likely to support some of the newer devices to come to market, even if they sport a different screen size, resolution and aspect [...]
When looking to connect through video calls, look to these staple apps as essentials to have on your iPad.Skype
The fact that Skype is used as a verb speaks to its pervasiveness in the video calling space. Microsoft has been effective at ensuring it is on all major platforms: iOS, Android, and of course its Windows devices.
Skype is especially well done on the iPad, offering easy access to starting and receiving video conversations as well as instant messages. The most recent update gave it a fresher coat of polish that blends well with iOS 7.Google+ Hangouts
One of the most successful elements of Google's social network had been its Hangouts [...]
The Windows 8.1 application is now live in the Windows Store and will work on both Windows 8 and RT machines.
As with the firm’s iOS and Android apps, readers will find that the conventional controls remain in place. They can still flip through magazines (both curated and those created by other Flipboard users), subscribe and add content to magazines.
That’s where the familiarity ends however as the new app has been slightly tweaked to suit Windows 8. For example, users now need to swipe up from the bottom of the screen to display action icons like Subscribe, Refresh, Edit and Flip It, while swiping down presents recommended users to follow and magazines [...]