Since Apple launched the famous tablet iPad, its fame has grown constantly and the good reviews seem to keep coming. If you haven’t decided upon buying such a device, you might want to try out a simulator to get an idea of what to expect.
AIR iPad is a small tool that was designed to emulate the well-known iPad. It has a simple interface that should be very easy to figure out, thanks to the intuitive layout.
The frame is similar to that of the iPad, including the menu button on the bottom area of the screen. The screen is filled with various icons for several apps, although not all of them are active, meaning that it only works to launch several tools.
For instance, you may fire up the Safari browser, which loads The New York Times website. It’s also possible to access any of the links. However, actually reading the news can be quite a chose considering the fact that you can’t zoom in.
Other working icons are those for Netflix and SpatialKey, while those that should take you to the App Store, iTunes, YouTube, the Calendar or the regular Notes and Contacts can’t be clicked on.
All in all AIR iPad is a nice program that is sure to give you at least a little glimpse into what the actual device can do. Less experienced users shouldn’t have any troubles while installing or working with this app, mostly thanks to the lack of advanced features.