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WTHR

iOS' built-in weather reporting not cutting it for you? Give WTHR ($1) a try. Brilliantly uncluttered thanks to Dieter Rams' 10 principles of good design, this app provides you with the current local weather, a 7-day forecast, your choice of Fahrenheit or Celsius temperature reporting, and an interface worthy of Apple's sleek devices.

  • Paper

    Another day, another revolutionary iPad app. Paper (Free with $8 add-on) is an absolutely beautiful app for creating anything you would normally do on real paper — you know, stuff like storyboarding your indie film, general note taking, sketching a nude model, or painting a watercolor landscape of the prison yard. You can create unlimited Moleskine-esque journals to store all of your masterpieces. So if you want to sketch, write, draw, outline, and color, you've found the most elegant app for doing so yet. Oh, and it was made by the touchy-feely folks at Microsoft who developed the failed Courier notebook thing. So... yay?

    P.S. It's time to buy a stylus. Either the Cosmonaut or Bamboo or Jot Pro.

  • The Better Bacon Book

    Have an iPad? Love bacon? Then there's no reason not to pick up The Better Bacon Book ($5). Designed especially for the iPad, this interactive book offers up instructions on how to make your own bacon, build your own smoker, and find the best bacon to order, as well as 31 interactive bacon recipes. In total, there's over 20 HD videos, 150 photos, and more tastiness than any human can handle at one time.