Apple CEO Tim Cook thinks the iPad will be a bigger product than the PC in the next few years.
If that happens, then the iPad will have to be able to do a lot of the stuff we're currently doing on laptops.
Somewhat surprisingly, there are already a lot of great apps that make it possible to get a lot of work done.
From managing money to wrangling a messy calendar to sketching out a new design, there are apps more than capable of tackling your professional and personal needs.
We've rounded up our favorites for you here.
Mint is the go-to name for personal money management. Set goals, build a budget, and track your progress through each month.
Best of all, it's completely free.
Tweetbot offers an interface that's as clean as it is functional. Use multitouch gestures to tweet and interact with your Twitter feed effortlessly.
Reeder has the name recognition of RSS readers on the iOS platform, but it lacks a key feature that might be a dealbreaker for some people -- there's no functionality for adding new feeds.
If you need that capability, then I recommend Mr. Reader.
Price: Reeder - $4.99, Mr. Reader - $3.99
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