Apps are starting to take advantage of the iPad Pro's giant, 12.9-inch screen and powerful specs.
Three apps were released this week that really shine on the iPad Pro. They're all good examples of apps that make sense on a bigger screen.
Here they are:
Djay Pro is a powerful, fun DJing app.
Algoriddim's Djay Pro is made for amateur and professional DJs alike. The new iPad Pro version can mix up to four audio tracks at once along with two simultaneous 4K video streams, which is a pretty impressive feat on a tablet.
Djay Pro also has over 70 keyboard shortcuts that work with a paired Bluetooth keyboard on the iPad Pro, like Apple's own Smart Keyboard. The app has plenty of other features, like Spotify integration and beat samples, that make it more than enough to keep your next house party lively.
Duet Display turns the iPad Pro into a second display for your Mac.
Duet Display turns an iPad into an external monitor for a Mac via Lightning cable. Considering that the iPad Pro's 12.9-inch screen is bigger than some MacBooks, using Duet on the jumbo tablet makes perfect sense.
Pixelmator is a powerful image editor optimized for the iPad Pro's Pencil stylus.
Pixelmator is like a less complicated version of Adobe Photoshop, and it's been optimized for the iPad Pro's upgraded specs and Apple Pencil integration. That means you can use the Pencil's pressure sensitivity, palm rejection, and other features while drawing and editing images in the app.