tweetdeck – very nice, as expected.
beejive – sucks its still iphone size. are there any other good,
mutli-protocol persistent IM apps on iPad?
GWars – cool graphics. find the control a bit awkward.
netflix – awesome
scrabble – awesome, and i wasn’t even a big scrabble fan.
pages – nice, but i’m still getting used to keyboard so haven’t used much.
ibook – selection seems so so thus far. where do i get periodicals?
Flightcontrol HD – awesome! two player VC and coop particularly good!
NYtimes Editors choice – beautiful! great way to read the Times!
Free Books – well, you do get free books, but they kind of look like crap.
RealRacing HD- really cool how you turn the ipad to turn the car.
probably worth it although i’m not a huge racing game guy.
Fieldrunners – awesome on the bigger screen.
Command & Conquer red alert – only played breifly but so far not impress.
Weatherbug – I’m not really “into” weather but looks pretty killer for
those who are.
The Elements – totally beautiful and interesting. great showpiece.
Labyrinth – so far too easy, but I suspect this will get really fun later.
Colorbook – pretty crappy drawing program for kids.
Game Table – lets you play chess & checkers. Really basic but free.
Harbor master – good flight control clone for those who can’t get enough.
Kindle – so far, just reminds me of how crappy the kindle is compared
to the ipad.
Kayak – nice, but not sure why i want this over the web version
Implode – Really fun physics games. If like me you are into physics
games, a must!
Built in apps:
Maps – particularly amazing! shows off screen and speed of ipad.
Mail – perfect, except I wish they supported gmail star feature!!
safari, calendar, itunes, app store – great, as you’d expect.
My #1 question: is there a way to have NYTimes (and other periodicals) downloaded and synced over night so I can read them off line in the morning???!
Update: I put most of this info into Hunch’s iPad Applications topic.