Are you looking for apps to download on your iPad? Here’s a list of our favorite iPad apps of April 2014.
1. Microsoft Office suite
Microsoft recently released its Office suite for iPad, which includes Word, PowerPoint and Excel. All apps are free and are currently topping the App Store charts. If you’re looking to edit or create documents, you will need an Office 365 subscription. You can download Microsoft Word, PowerPoint and Excel from the App Store.
2. MLB.com at Bat (Update)
The official MLB.com at Bat app has received a new re-design optimized for iOS 7, just in time for the 2014 Major League Baseball season. With MLB.com at Bat, you can access breaking news, schedules, player stats and watch the free MLB.TV Game of the Day or MLB.TV Premium subscription. You can download MLB.com at Bat from the App Store here.
3. Comedy Central (Update)
Comedy Central has released a new iPad app that lets you stream full seasons of shows like The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report, South Park, Tosh.0, and more. With some shows you will need to login with your cable or satellite TV provider, while for other shows, you wont need to log in. You can download Comedy Central from the App Store here.
4. Cut the Rope 2
Even though ZeptoLabs released Cut the Rope 2 for iPad back in December, it’s still one of the hottest games on the App Store charts. The game offers Cut the Rope fans fresh adventures for $0.99. You can now travel through new locations, meet 5 new characters, experience new gameplay elements, and customize Om Nom. You can download Cut the Rope 2 from the App Store here.
5. Boom Beach
Boom Beach is a combat strategy game developed by Supercell. Players will explore tropical archipelago, fight to free enslaved islanders, and face Boss Enemies. While Boom Beach is free to play, the some game items can be purchased. You can download Boom Beach from the App Store here.