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Top 5 iPad Apps for Valentine’s day


What should you prepare in this Valentine’s Day? share the joy, give something beautiful,
interesting, to be remembered throughout the day. though not all, there are some of them busy with the welcome
Valentine’s Day. however, what preparations have you prepared? and whether to run in accordance with
your wish? or you just want to at home alone?

probably would not hurt if we prepare everything using the technology. take the smartphone, pc, ipad,
tablets, etc., to find out what is easy to do.
good news for the users of the Apple iPad today to prepare for your Valentine’s Day.
yes, there are at least five applications that are easy to help you prepare your February.
some fairly useful program that can be used far beyond the month of February. Read on.

1. AllRecipes

For those of you who are lazy to go out and just wanted to give something at home alone, you can use
Allrecipes this app, yes, this application allows you to change your iPad into a virtual cookbook to try to create the perfect food.
App, which includes more than 45,000 recipes, allows you to search by course, ingredients, cooking methods and cooking times
and also lets you fix with food restrictions such as sodium-free milk or low.

Our favorite features let you turn on “cooking mode,” which puts the recipe into the display page-by-page with directions are highlighted,
list of ingredients and kitchen timer. You can also activate the “surrender mode,” allows you to swipe each page with your books,
when your fingers dirty from cooking.
We found some Valentines Day-friendly recipes, including chocolate-covered strawberries and oyster linguini.

2. iPairings

Once you have used AllRecipes to determine the menu, iPairings help you choose the perfect wine to go with your meal.
Simply type in the food or cheese you would like to complete with wine, and application spit out a list of red and white,
and descriptions of drinks.
We incorporate a simple roast chicken and found that pairs well with both red and white burgundy pinot gris;
cabernet sauvignon seems to go well with steak and kidney pie.

iPairings includes more than 130 types of wine, from Aglianico to Zinfandel,
and more than 1,400 couples wine and cheese.

3. Be Mine

Celebrate Valentine’s Day too you with this application, so Be mine is that allows you to create e-cards for everyone in your life.
The application is very easy to use – choose a background pre-loaded with full hearts, roses and Cupids or choose your own photo.
Next, drag a few decorations (candy, lips and glasses of wine) to the card, and include text that can be styled in a dozen different script.
After you finish writing the perfect card, you can upload to Facebook, send it to your loved one via e-mail, or upload a photo album.

4. Fandango

Maybe you are not the type who likes to celebrate Valentine’s Day at home, you just want to watch a movie. but you do not know what movie
who played at nearby theater? Just use Fandango, yes, With Fandango, you can view movies playing near you, watch trailers,
read reviews and browse the ten most recent tweets in the Twitterverse about certain movies.
Movies can also be filtered by genre and MPAA rating. The application also has an integrated mapping feature that lets you search Google (GOOG_)
Map to see what’s playing at a theater near you. app iPad Fandango’s features a special section called The Pulse,
which describes, in a map, movie fans packing the theater near you to see.

We like that you can purchase movie tickets in applications, without being redirected to a Web site clunky.

5. OpenTable

And the last is an open table, yes, judging from its name you can guess what it is the application?
Valentine’s Day is one of the busiest night of the year for restaurants. To avoid the pressure of calling around to dozens of restaurants,
You can use OpenTable to book a table. OpenTable (OPEN_) using your current location to provide a list or a restaurant with
availability on a specific date and time or lets visitors search by city, neighborhood, restaurants, cuisine or price range.

The layout of this app is very sharp and easy to use: The search results appear in a panel on the right side.
After you select the restaurant you’re interested, descriptions, photos, and reviews will appear in the left pane.
We want that you can sign up for OpenTable directly from the application, rather than having to do directly to its Web site.

We found the free version of the application that is relatively comprehensive, although you can upgrade to full version
amounted to $ 0.99 if you want more background and graphics.

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