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App of the Day: MyPad - for Facebook & Twitter (iPad)

Get your Facebook fix on the iPad in style

| Apps News | Posted: Jul 29, 2011 6:03 pm

Our App of the Day today is MyPad - for Facebook & Twitter 2.0.4 for iPad with iOS 3.2 or later.

 

MyPad is a great little app for the iPad which brings Facebook and Twitter integration with a very snazzy and functional way. I liked it that much I even paid for the ad-free version. It should be a good fix for many until Facebook officially bring out its iPad app.

 

Facebook & Twitter beautifully designed for the iPad.

 

View multiple profiles as stackable, scrollable pages that are visually stunning and interactive.

• Chat

• Swipe-based navigation

• Beautiful Photo Galleries (now with Slideshow)

• Tweet and Retweet (via + button, Timeline is coming next week!)

• Birthday & Event Calendars

• Support for multiple Facebook accounts

• Interactive Video Player

• Games with Friends - Poker, Tiny Zoo, Tiny Chef, Mob Empire & more!

• Upload & Download Photos

• iPad2 Camera Support

• Photo Effects & Change Profile Picture

• Quick Links (Inbox, Notifications, Groups, Profile, News Feed, Friends, Search & more!)

• Portrait & Landscape modes

• Pull-Down to Refresh

 

A more friendly way of being social. Optimized for fun.

 

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The latest version of the app includes the following changes:

 

What's New in Version 2.0.4

 

- Twitter (Tweet & Retweet via + button, Timeline next week!)

- Beautiful new profiles

- Ability to change your Profile photo (most requested!)

- Add filters & effects to photos

- Photo Slideshows

 

BUG FIXES:

- Chat speed & stability and many others

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