Top 5 Best iPad Apps of June 2014

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Looking for some cool new iPad apps? Here are five of the best iPad apps for June 2014.

1. Adobe Voice

Learn more about Adobe Voice in the video above.

Adobe Voice is a great app for making stunning video presentations. You can use it to create dynamic animated stories that can augment a school presentation, a business agenda, or simply stories that can entertain your friends and family.

Adobe Voice works by listening to your voice, and intelligently pulling in visual content to match. Voice automatically adds cinematic motion and a soundtrack…all you need is a voice and a story to tell.

Download it here.

  • Fast and easy to use
  • Includes a collection of over 25,000 icons and millions of images
  • Makes creating presentations less stressful
  • Share your video on Facebook, Twitter, email, or your own web page
  • Add songs from your own music library

  • Cons:
  • iPad only (not a universal app)
  • Stories must be told one line at a time
  • For now, app is English language only
  • Requires iOS 7.0 or later (bad news for those last few iOS 6 holdouts)
  • User reviews complain about lack of local download

  • 2. D-Day Hour by Hour

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    (D-Day Hour By Hour)

    This June marks the 70th Anniversary of D-Day, which took place on June 6, 1944. Just in time for this momentous anniversary, an iPad app called D-Day Hour by Hour has arrived in the App Store.

    The app lets you see what happened where, when, and to whom on this important day in history. This app acts as a great educational tool, but will also appeal to adults who are fascinated by this era in history.

    Note: This app is available at a discounted price for educational institutions enrolled in the Apple Volume Purchase Program for Education.

    Download it here.

  • Educational
  • Original in-depth articles
  • Includes eye-witness accounts (both text and audio)
  • Custom maps and diagrams
  • Includes both German and Allied perspectives

  • Cons:
  • May not appeal to those who dislike military history
  • Somewhat dry in places
  • Text size is a bit small in places
  • Requires iOS 7.0 or later, so if you’re still running iOS 6 you’ll need to upgrade
  • Limited video

  • 3. Pillow: Smart Sleep Cycle Alarm Clock

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    Designed for both iPad and iPhone, this universal app provides an in-depth way to study your sleep patterns. Launched in the last few days of May, this app is available for 40 percent off its normal price during an introductory price sale.

    One cool feature is M7 & Runkeeper activity data integration, which lets you see how your sleep is impacted by physical exertion (or lack thereof). If you want to sleep better, this app can help.

    Download it here.

  • Advanced sleep analysis algorithm, based on the latest scientific findings in sleep research
  • Detailed sleep stage diagram (Awake, REM, Light Sleep, Deep Sleep) and sleep session statistics
  • Does not require calibration prior to use
  • Designed to minimize battery drain
  • Plays noise or music to improve sleep

  • Cons:
  • Your iPad or iPhone must be on the bed with your during sleep, which may be harder if you don’t sleep alone
  • May cost more than some people are willing to pay
  • Does not yet have a “power nap” mode (this is forthcoming)
  • Sheer amount of data may overwhelm some
  • Requires iOS 7.0 or later

  • 4. Let’s Use Language: Basic Language Development

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    (Let’s Use Language: Basic Language Development)

    Let’s Use Language is an educational app that comes with 10 stories, each with an accompanying lesson for our four target concepts. Topics included in the app include nature, nutrition, weather, sports, opposites, and more.

    If you’re looking for an educational app for children, this is worth considering for a number of reasons. It is good for young children, but it has also been designed to appeal to kids learning English as a second language, kids with learning delays or disabilities, and kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This app is brand new for the month of June.

    Download it here.

  • Requires iOS 6.0 or later
  • Suitable for all kinds of learners
  • Good assortment of topics
  • Full text-to-speech support for all content, including user created content
  • Lets you create your own lessons

  • Cons:
  • More expensive than your average app
  • Brand new app, may have some bugs that need to be worked out
  • UI is simple, but lacks display customization features that some users might enjoy
  • Could benefit from additional content
  • Not universal

  • 5. Music Download For SoundCloud

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    (Music Download For SoundCloud)

    Free for a limited time only, Music Download For SoundCloud is a universal iPad app that lets you easily download music from SoundCloud. You can enjoy tracks you’ve downloaded from SoundCloud in a more robust player, and enjoy additional curation features. If you’re already a SoundCloud junkie, this brand-new app can enhance your experience.

    Download it here.

  • Free (for now)
  • Works with iOS 6 and above
  • Various online searching options
  • Full-featured music player
  • Browse or search to find what you want

  • Cons:
  • Some user reviews request more robust song organization options
  • Skin may not be to all tastes
  • Huge number of languages are supported, but more could stand to be added
  • Could benefit from additional player features
  • This app uses the API of SoundCloud and respects their policy, only songs available for download can be downloaded (So if you expect this app to circumvent SoundCloud in some way, this app won’t fit the bill.)

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