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While some of the top selling apps on the iPhone were generally video games, iPad users are a completely different audience.From Apple’s list of the top seller to commemorate 25 billion downloads, here are the top 10 best selling iPad apps in the world.
With the iPad as the largest portable iOS gadget, it's no surprise that users prefer the large iPad screen to better strategize their way to intricate cut the right ropes to feed the little monster.
Angry Birds is much more engaging on a bigger screen since you can better map out where to aim. The high definition edition of Angry Birds Rio is also great for displaying the fruity colours of each bird.
GoodReader allows users to open PDF files, annotate with sticky notes, highlight words, type comments or doodle all over the page, making the app popular among business professionals and college students alike.
Looks like iPad users prefer the real Scrabble to Words With Friends. Like Scrabble, you can play with up to four players per game and you can invite Facebook friends to join. The most expensive game of this list, its $10 price tag also probably contributes quite a bit to its position on the list.
Penultimate turns your iPad into a notepad and your finger as a stylus. You can take notes, sketch, and organise each set of items into its own book complete with title, date and page numbers. At $0.99, Penultimate is the least expensive app on this list.
You didn't think we can round out the top three best selling iPad apps of all time without running into the Angry Birds franchise once again, did you? The Seasons edition of Angry Birds stands steady at third place.
Of course, the top selling Angry Birds app is the original HD edition for the iPad. With Angry Birds Space slated to arrive later this month, we wonder how long this original version will stay at the top of the list?
Pages is one of the applications made for the iPad platform, allow you to create and edit documents and sync projects to your iCloud. You can also draw pictures from your photo library and publish to your iWorks profile.