Apple has just launched a couple of new featured sections on the App Store highlighting apps and games that take advantage of the bigger screen and better performance of the iPad Pro.
Amazing Apps for iPad Pro
One of the featured sections is titled Amazing Apps for iPad Pro, and it showcases creativity and productivity apps that lend themselves well to running on Apples largest and greatest iPad yet.
It includes a subsection called Enhanced for Apple Pencil, which, of course, features apps (like uMake and Procreate) that have been made compatible with Apples iPad Pro-exclusive pressure-sensitive stylus. It also has a subsection called Desktop-Class Apps, with apps (like Pages and Numbers) that allow users to do on the tablet what would normally be done on a PC. Further, it includes Powerful Multitasking, a collection of apps (like Trello and Outline+) that support the Slide Over and Split View multitasking modes on iPad.
Its worth nothing that some of the highlighted apps havent been updated specifically for iPad Pro, but nonetheless work quite well on the new tablet.
Also worth noting is the fact that even if you dont have an iPad Pro, the new featured sections let you discover excellent apps and games to use and play on your iPad.
The featured sections on the App Store for the iPad Pro come just a day after the device was released by Apple.
The iPad Pro starts at $799 for the 32GB model, which is available only with Wi-Fi. Its 128GB variant is priced at $949 with Wi-Fi and $1,079 with Wi-Fi + Cellular. It comes in three metallic finishes: silver, gold, and space gray. Its available to order online and pick up in stores.