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35 Great iPad Apps for Designers, Geeks and Creative Individuals - Creative Can Creative Can

35 Great iPad Apps for Designers, Geeks and Creative Individuals - Creative Can Creative Can
Because of its mobility and large array of useful apps available, iPad has become very popular these days, and this trend is not likely to end anytime soon. With the capability that almost rivals desktops, iPads, have also become the gadget of choice of designers while on the go. With the help of some iPad apps, designers, geeks and creative individuals can now do their job while away from their workstations. Here, we are showcasing some of the great iPad apps for designers and other creatives to use while on the go. You will find here apps for mock-ups, sketching, social media, web development and etc. that you can use to accomplish varied tasks. If you like this article, please share this to your friends. Wireframing, Mind Mapping and Productivity Apps iMockups for iPad iMockups for iPad is the premiere mobile wireframing and mockup app for your web, iPhone and iPad projects. OmniGraffle Need to create a quick diagram, process chart, page layout, website wireframe, or graphic design?

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