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These are the best apps for iPad in 2020 in these following Categories: Productivity, Organizing, Note-Taking, Creativity and Design, Camera and Editi

So you all must be using the iPad / iPad Pro for a little time and some of you just start using it. I'm also using iPad Pro for some time and it's no secret that I absolutely love this piece of tech. It's a perfect addition to my Macbook Pro.

So today, I wanna share with you what I consider to be the best apps for the iPad Pro in 2020

 Best Apps for iPad & iPad Pro In 2020


Best Apps for iPad In 2020



Now because there are so many amazing apps available, and there's no way I can cover all of them. So I've divided the apps into 7 categories. 

Categories: Productivity, Organizing, Note-Taking, Creativity and Design, Camera and Editing, Work, Personal Development.

Best Productivity Apps for iPad & iPad Pro


1. Moleskine Journey


Moleskine Journey


I'll start the list with the app that also starts my day, which is Moleskine Journey. Moleskine Journey is the very first app I use in the morning, as it helps me do all the right things to set me up for a great day

The first thing it'll ask you is your mood. How are you feeling right now? Then I do a tiny bit of journaling, just jotting down my first thoughts and ideas for the day. I may come back and journal a little bit more throughout the day, and again in the evening. This process helps me organize my thoughts, but it also helps me recognize patterns and behaviors, so that they're easier to adjust if needed. I then continue to make a gratitude list. By listing all the things I'm feeling grateful for, first thing in the morning, I immediately put myself in a positive mindset for the rest of the day, try it, it really works. I sometimes end up adjusting the mood I just put down for the day after doing this list. Then, I set out my goals for the day, which I try to limit to two or three, maximum. After that, I'll go through my calendar and change any actionable items on there into to do's. Then I add my to do's that aren't in my calendar and boom, I'm 100% ready for the day. 

I'm a bit of a productivity geek, and I've used many apps to try and create the perfect productivity system, but most of them turned out to be either too complicated or incomplete. 

Also if you are an android user you must check out Top 5 Best Productivity Apps on Android

2. Airmail


airmail


The second app in this category is Airmail. lot of you like Spark email, but that doesn't work for me because I don't like threaded conversations, and it won't let you turn them off, trust me.
 Airmail is feature-packed without looking too crowded or messy. It allows you to add all kinds of different emails, like Google, Exchange, and IMAP

Best iPad& iPad Pro Apps for Organizing


1. Dropbox


Dropbox


I doubt that there's anyone out there who doesn't know Dropbox, so I won't spend too much time explaining it. It's a simple and intuitive filing system based on the internal filing systems on computer hard drives. Although Dropbox has been adding features to it over the years, like Team and collaboration tools, I don't really use it for that. It's just a solid and reliable filing system that works on all platforms and is integrated with most apps. 

2. Evernote


Evernote


Another one of those oldies but goodies is Evernote. It's an app for note-taking, organizing, task management, and archiving. 

where you toss everything that comes your way into a general inbox first and then proceeds to organize it into different categories. Evernote is that inbox for me. When I receive an important email I can't deal with straight away, I'll send it to Evernote. An important document, I'll scan it and save it to Evernote. An idea that pops up in my head, I note it down in Evernote. Screenshots? Save 'em in Evernote. And the list goes on and on. Then, once or twice a day, I go into Evernote and I decide what I wanna do with all the items in my inbox. 

I know there are tons of newer apps out there like the popular Notion, but Evernote is still a fantastic app that keeps adding functionality, and it isn't going anywhere. 

Best Note-Taking Apps for iPad & iPad Pro


1. Notability 


Notability


For note-taking, Notability is the way to go for me. I like it's main competitor GoodNotes as well, but it won't let you record while you take notes, which is a deal-breaker for me, 'cause I don't always keep up, and I wanna make sure I don't miss anything. You can click on any part of the note, and it will play whatever was being said at that time, it's perfect. 

What isn't perfect is my handwriting on the iPad's slippery screen. I was persuaded to try the paper-like screen protector, and I have to say, it really makes a difference. It feels and even sounds like you're writing on paper, and it provides a little bit of drag to the tip of the pencil, and that's exactly what I need to control my handwriting. 

2. INKredible


INKredible


Another note-taking app I think is worth mentioning but doesn't really get that much attention is INKredible. It's a simple handwriting app and doesn't have nearly as much functionality as Notability, but it does something awesome to your handwriting, which makes it look a lot better than it actually is. I don't know how, but it works. If you just wanna take notes and you need them to look pretty, definitely check out this app. 


Best Creativity and Design Apps for iPad & iPad Pro


1. Canva


Canva


For creativity and design, easily the most used creative app for me is Canva. It's a super intuitive, really easy to use design app that lets you create all sorts of things from simple slides to full-blown printable brochures. In fact, I use Canva to create my Blog Banner. There are definitely better and more professional apps out there, like Affinity Designer or InDesign, but Canva is super straight forward. It has a free option, and it works perfectly fine for basic design work. If you don't wanna pay a lot of money, or you don't have the time to spend on learning design software, Canva is a great alternative.

2. Procreate


Procreate


Every now and then, I like to draw on the iPad, it helps me relax. For this, I use Procreate, it costs 9.99 in the app store, and it's complete overkill for the simple drawings I do, but I just love the way it looks and feels. If I do decide to get more serious about drawing, this app has a ton of features like layers and hundreds of brushes. 

Best Camera and Editing Apps for iPad & iPad Pro


1. Lightroom


Lightroom


Lightroom is perfect for doing quick edits to my photos. Don't compare it to Photoshop or Affinity Photo, 'cause it's not the same. Lightroom is just a really good app for quick touch-ups to make your images look better. I love that I can use this on all my devices, my Macbook, my iPad, and my phone. My favorite way of using Lightroom is on my iPad with the Apple pencil. It gives you just that little bit of extra precision. 

2. LumaFusion


LumaFusion


For video editing on the go, I use LumaFusion. As of yet, Final Cut Pro is not available for the iPad. LumaFusion is by far the best available alternative. It isn't nearly as feature-rich as Final Cut, but it offers everything you need to create very decent videos on the iPad. It has an intuitive multi-track timeline for video and audio, you can add titles, transitions, and effects. Until Apple decides to finally give us Final Cut on the iPad, LumaFusion is king. 

Best Work Apps for iPad & iPad Pro


1. PDF Expert


PDF Expert


Now for the boring part, work. Let's start with the most boring one, PDF Expert. Honestly, nothing is exciting about this app at all, but if you work with a lot of documents, this is one of the best apps around. I use it to read, highlight and edit PDFs, for filling forms, and signing documents. The good news is that there's also a Mac app available. The bad news is that you have to pay for that separately, and it ain't cheap. 

2. Slack


Slack


To communicate with my team and some of my clients, I use Slack. Slack is basically a messenger app for teams and businesses. 

It lets you create channels for different topics to which you can invite colleagues. You can send direct messages to specific people, and it allows you to tag people in conversations, create little subgroups, share files, and even set up video calls straight from the app if you pay for the premium version. When I'm working at my desk on my Macbook, I'll have Slack open on the iPad next to me. This way I don't need to keep it open on my computer, and I don't need to grab my phone every time a message comes in. 

If you're looking for an easy and free communications tool for your team, I definitely recommend Slack. 

Best Personal Development Apps for iPad & iPad Pro


1. Audible


Audible


I'm a big fan of Audible for audiobooks. If you don't have a lot of time to read books, or if you don't really like to read that much. My mind tends to wander, and it'll take me ages to get through a book. For some reason, this isn't the case when I listen to a book. 

Audible makes use of Amazon's huge collection of books that are read to you, often by the author. This way I can digest a lot of books in a relatively short time. My favorite time to listen to these is in the car during my morning commute. But I also listen to them at the gym, or just chilling at home. 

2. Skillshare


Skillshare


For more practical personal development, I use Skillshare. It offers courses on pretty much everything. You can learn a lot of things in skillshare it offers lots of courses so find one of your interests and start learning. 

You can also learn through skillshare by creating your own course on skillshare.


Conclusion - 

These are some of the best apps for iPad & iPad Pro. All the apps which we discussed are free to use but most of these apps have an in-app purchase system so basically if want some more cool stuff from the app you can purchase them from the app.

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