I use mine for reading, writing, making music, watching movies, and if I have any time to waste, I might play a game.
The i Pad is pretty much the ultimate creative tool, but that doesn’t mean that you can’t sit back and “consume” the odd “content” every once in a while.
Garage Band is Apple’s free version of Logic Pro, but don’t let the price tag fool you.
Garage Band may be the best music-making app on i OS.
It packs zillions or virtual instruments and free loops, it has a team of drummers that will intelligently play along with your own creations, and support for all kinds of third-party extras.
Garage Band is essential for anyone who wants to make music on i OS, and is capable producing great finished tracks.
I use it all the time, and all the music on my Sound Cloud is recorded with Garage Band.
Instapaper is the nicest of all the read-later apps.
Whenever you find an article, web-page, or link you want to read later, just save it to Instapaper.
It removes all the junk, leaving just beautifully-formatted text, and images.
Instapaper came back from a GDPR abyss this year, and now has great i Pad Pro 2018 support, keyboard shortcuts (finally) for reading, searching, and navigating, plus a true black theme for the i Phones X.
If you don’t have a Kindle, you can still read all Amazon’s Kindle books on your i Pad.