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While a number of apps have been updated this week to take advantage of the new iPad’s Retina Display, more are still pouring into the App Store even as the tablet finally lands in customers’ hands. To help find them, Apple has added a new section to the App Store, highlighting many of them.
MacRumors is reporting that Apple has added a new section to iTunes and the App Store called “Great Apps for the New iPad.” The section currently highlights 27 apps which have received an update in the last few days to take advantage of the higher resolution display of the new iPad.
While we’ve already reported on some of the apps that got an early jump on an upgrade such as Tweetbot for iPad, Evernote and iStopMotion for iPad, other favorites include popular games such as Real Racing 2 HD (which seems to get a substantial upgrade with every new iOS hardware revision) and Infinity Blade II, RSS reader Reeder for iPad, Readability and even the ABC Player app, which also just became universal to add iPhone and iPod touch support.
There are also plenty of apps getting updated which aren’t being featured by Apple, including Cupertino’s best pal Vimeo and Evernote’s own Skitch for iPad. TechCrunch is also reporting that a number of others are expected to be approved by Apple soon, including Facebook, Flipboard and Wired -- so keep refreshing that iTunes Store link to see what’s new!
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