ten free iPad apps (yes, one of them is an iPhone app).
Colour visualiser for the kuler
Adobe community. Show the micro palletes either interactively or in a screen saver type experience. Fun but not very useful. Not iPad native so you get the iPhone visuals, optionally at 2x zoom. *FREE**iPHONE* 3 stars
System information reference. Find you IP and MAC address, CPU type, OS, Memory, Battery, Location, Kernel etc etc. For geeks, it just works. *FREE* 5 stars
Visual tracert. Enter an IP address or web server and get a route described by pins at the data centers the data traveled. For geeks, it just works. *FREE* 4 stars
Wink Target Clock:
A full screen arty analog clock. Imagine a shooting target composed of colourful concentric circles and then add hands and a second mechanism that changes the colours. This one may get uninstalled. *FREE* 3 stars
Calculator. Demo for more fully featured product. Very clear and easy to use, wish it had base 2 and base 16. *FREE**DEMO* 3 stars
Physics game. Demo, containing 10 levels where you place explosives and try and decimate chalk drawn structures. Completed the demo in less than 10 minutes, not impressed, uninstalled *FREE**DEMO* 3 stars
Tilt game. Control a bubble by tilting the iPad collecting art and avoiding sugar babes. No indication it was only a demo. Basic premise, collect objects and avoid enemies, again not impressed, uninstalled *FREE**DEMO* 3 stars
Audio mixer. Fun interactive audio toy for mixing up sounds. Comes with eight 'scenes' that are a collection of samples each with their own parameters such as volume, echo, reality and filter to name but a few. For acid house, trance dance types. *FREE* 5 stars
Labyrinth 2 HD Lite:
Tilt maze game. Demo containing 20 levels, some easy some hard. Amazingly well presented and lots of fun, but I got neck ache looking down at the iPad as it had to be flat as neutral. At £4.99 I will consider purchasing the 300 level complete version. *FREE**DEMO* 5 stars
Pocket Pond HD:
Interactive pond. Play with the fish in this relaxing interactive pond environment. Ambient sounds play, you can annoy the fish by touching the water or add lily pads, the only other thing is to drag through the water like all those water demos before it. Simple, beautiful, but a bit basic. Not really a demo but a new more advanced version called iPond with fishing, frogs and dragon flies is available. *FREE* 4 stars
Yes, lots more to test and will distract me from what I was doing previously, drat.