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January 12, 2013

Best iPad Apps January 2013

Hey Guys! Today we are going to show you some of gottotech's favorite iPad - compatible applications for the new year! Most of the applications shown are relatively new and are worth the price! And if you've been lucky enough to receive an iPad 4 or iPad mini for the holidays, you'll want to start downloading the best iPad apps straight away. And if you already have an iPad 3 or older iPad, you might want to update it with some new apps. These apps work with all iPad models (including the Mini), and iPhone models. So lets get straight to it!

App Name: Modern Combat 4:Zero Hour

Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour is a 2012 first-person shooter developed and published by Gameloft Montreal for iOS and Android devices. The iOS version of Zero Hour supports the iPhone 5.[2] Gameloft released a gameplay teaser on September 25, 2012, along with a new Modern Combat website. The teaser trailer showed high definition graphics, but with some graphical improvements over its predecessors, such as real-time shadows. Other improvements include more "military support" options, more tactical gameplay and more advanced campaign programming. The game is the fourth part in the Modern Combat series, and is a sequel to 2009's Modern Combat: Sandstorm, 2010's Modern Combat 2: Black Pegasus and 2011's Modern Combat 3: Fallen Nation.

App Name: Angry Birds Star Wars

Angry Birds Star Wars is action video game, a crossover between the Star Wars franchise and the Angry Birds series of video games, launched on November 8, 2012, first for Windows, iOS and Android devices, later also to Mac. The game is the fifth Angry Birds game in the series (excluding Bad Piggies) and was first shown on the Angry Birds Facebook page. In this app, Angry Birds Star Wars, there is a character page. In order to view this page on the app, you must find the "bird face" icon on the home screen and click on it. The characters are copyrighted from George Lucas' double-trilogy.

App Name: Cut The Ropes

Cut the Rope is a 2010 physics-based puzzle video game for a number of platforms and devices. The game and its 2011 sequel Cut the Rope: Experiments were developed by the Russian entertainment and gaming company ZeptoLab.
The objective of Cut the Rope is to feed candy to a little green monster named Om Nom while collecting stars. Cut the Rope has been downloaded more than 100 million times since its release.

Written By ethan6769 

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