What apps would you suggest for a new iPad user?
owen 35 weeks ago
I got an iPad for my mom because she likes Apple products, but I’m an Android user that has never owned a single thing made my Apple. Her first question when she got it was which apps are good. My response, “Er, Netflix is good.”
What are some other apps that I should suggest for her? She retired, so she doesn’t even have to pretend that she is using it for work, but she’s an active, busy lady who is always out and about doing something. She’s also pretty bright and has owned a Mac since the Apple IIe, so they don’t have to be simplistic, dumbed down apps. Any suggestions?
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