Use iPad Video Converter to convert/edit video to iPad

Natalie231

With the instant development of iPad, iPad become more and more popular. Have you ever thought to use your iPad as a portable video-player? 

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jimlynch
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If you just want to play videos, there are a number of apps in the app store that can easily do that. Just do a search and you should find plenty of them.

ablake
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Sure, why not.  It has a great display, you already have it.  Cnet reviewed the Aiseesoft video converter and seemed to like it (although cnet seems to like a lot of stuff they review).  Might want to give it a go since it has a free trial. 

 

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