So I am loving my iPad and all the apps. I've noticed most of the games I play require online access and since I have a wifi version and not always on the internet I was hoping you guys could help me with a list of really good offline games?I have Let's Golf HD which I really like and got N.O.V.A. but haven't played it that much. Any others you think would be good? I'm not a big racing fan but am thinking about getting.
Games :: Multiple Users Playing Its And Iphone Games
Apr 29, 2011
Just got an iPad today, my first iOS device.I'm sharing the iPad with my fiance, but oh well. We love it so far.We've downloaded a few games, and we want to keep our achievements and levels separate, is this possible at all? Can we both play through Cut the Rope, Angry Birds, etc., without having to remember which levels we've both beaten?
I have a few web applications on my iPad that have offline functionality through HTML application caching and client side DBs. These worked great (and still do) under iOS 3, but when I upgraded to iOS 4 they stopped working in offline mode. Has anybody else seen this issue? Is there a problem in iOS 4 with this HTML 5 functionality?
I use my iPad everyday on the subway for a good 45 minutes on my way to work to read news on a number of different apps (New York Times; BBC; WSJ etc.) Problem: Obviously, I don't have any wifi or 3-g reception in the subway. This means that I have to manually go into each app before I leave home in the morning and wait for it to download offline content. Not only that, I have to scroll around to each news section in the app (e.g. I have to click on "headlines", "business", "opinions" etc.) otherwise that section will not get updated. Even after doing this, a lot of times many of the news articles will not have been downloaded and there will be something I really wanted to read on the subway that won't load. Is there an easier way to do this? Is there an app that can "force download" offline content for these apps (for example, at a set time every morning it updates the content for all these apps)?
On the Netflix app, I know it will stream video (movies, TV shows, etc.), but what if you're off wifi (non-3G iPad)? Say, I'm in a train or car, is there any way to watch a Netflix movie on the iPad without wifi? Can you download the movie and watch it off-line? Or is it streaming over wifi only? Information:iPad iPhone OS 3.1.3
I read a LOT of PDFs in my life. I thought the intelligent way would be to read them on the "magical iPad".When I try to save a PDF and read it there seems to be no 'love'. It's hard to get subjects such as "gdb internals" in ebooks via Apple.. Information: Youd have to ask - the list is too large
I have a PDF on a website, and I want to read it and take notes while I'm on a plane.So I'm sitting in the airport with free WiFi, and the plane is boarding. I want to download the PDF so I can continue to view it and take notes in the Notes app on the plane.Is this possible? Or do I need a computer (to download the PDF, then transfer it to the iPad via iTunes)?
I recently downloaded a game called Godfinger, not the funnest thing but it's a good little bit of entertainment. It's one of the better designed (free) games I've run across, makes good use of the iPad's bigger screen.
I was amazed to learn though that you can't even run it outside of a wifi hotspot. So any time I leave the house, go to work, or go up to my cottage, the game is unplayable. Just like a lot of apps I've run across. This may be because I'm running a free-ware version though, and purchasing a fuller game could make it available offline.
Anyway, that was the first issue, and it wasn't a big one because like I said earlier, Godfinger wouldn't be my top pick for number 1 game. I heard of another game called Plants vs Zombies, saw lots of good reviews, and apparently it won 20 game of the year awards. It costs 9.99$, which I would be willing to pay IF the game can be played offline. I can't believe that amongst 50 GB of free space and I-don't-remember-how-much RAM they wouldn't be able to run the game solely from the machine itself.
So the question (for starters) is simply this, can PvsZ only run when connected to the net?
And, if there's someone out there who is more familiar or informed than me at this, could you please tell me approximately the ratio of online-only games that are available compared to offline-playable ones.
Information: PC (Service Pack 3) Windows XP Pro iPad wi-fi 64GB
Which app lets me read books offline? I tried pocket fiction...but didn't like it..mostly cause I had no idea how to work it. So something like kindle or iBooks but where it lets me buy books and read them offline..if there is such an app as that.
How To Save Jpg Files From Web On It For Offline Use
Jul 16, 2011
I see jpg files on the web which I wish to save on my NON jb iPad 2 . I have evernote and drop box installed. I use safari browser. I can view the file.but am unable to save it or open it OFFLINE on iPad .
I have been working on a mini-travel guide for my next trip and it is now turning into a beast in size. I was originally just going to PDF it and swipt through goodreader and such, but now I am thinking I want to turn it into an indexed html site.
I am not going to upload it online (I would not even be able to access the majority of the time if I did it anyway), so I was wondering what is the best app or way to get an indexed offline website on to the ipad.