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iPhoto

The updated version of Apple's iPhoto app lets users edit an image with their finger, tap to apply effects and organize with a few quick swipes.

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Pages

Apple's Pages document-creation app is optimized for touch, and allows users to integrate images and graphics with their text.Â

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Keynote

Those who use Apple's presentation software could get more mileage out of it with a high-definition screen and a faster processor (for handling animated transitions and effects).

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iMovie

Boosted further by the new iPad's ability to shoot 1080p video, iMovie could prove an effective tool for composing film clips. It's useful for both consumers throwing together a home-movie moment and professionals who feel a few clips will augment a presentation.

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Angry Birds Seasons HD

The ever-popular Angry Birds' bright colors and kinetic destruction will doubtlessly translate well onto the new iPad's Retina Display.Â

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Skype for iPad

FaceTime isn't the only communication platform available to iOS users. Skype for iPad can leverage the device's front-facing camera for video chat.

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Netflix

Streaming movies and television shows seems a natural use of a high-definition screen and a 4G LTE connection.

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Google Earth

The new iPad's faster processor can likely handle the demands of this dynamic (and for many people, very useful) app.

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Kindle

A Retina Display isn't only for images and film; books can also benefit from the ultra-sharp resolution.

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Plants vs. Zombies HD

Because nothing eases a commute like hurling fruit at zombies.

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