For whatever reason, this week saw more awesome iPad apps coming to our attention than we've seen in a while. And what's more, a lot of them are only for iPad—iPhone needs be damned. So if you're someone who's Pad is king, you're going to like what we've got in store this week.
S Foresee: If there are weather apps, calendar apps and to do list apps, there should be an app that spits out an optimal schedule for you to follow. What's the point of jogging in the rain and then doing laundry when the sun comes out? Or maybe you like to run in the rain because it cools you off. Or you're really pale and trying to avoid direct sun. Whatever. It's between you and Foresee now. Basically Foresee has you input the activities you like/want to do and then asks you to give specific weather parameters for each, from temperature to precipitation and even cloud cover. [$1]
Bike Doctor: For the beginning (or even experienced) cyclist, making your own bike repairs can seem like a daunting task. Most bike repair guides you'll find around the ol' internet can be complicated labyrinths of instruction that end up doing more harm than good. But taking your wheels to a pro can come with a major price tag. Bike Doctor wants to give you the knowledge you need to save a trip to the shop—but in an easy, digestible form that's useful to all walks of the bicycle world. [$5]
S NoteSuite: After finding success with note-taking/to-do app Projectbook last year, Theory.io has decided to overhaul their signature productivity app and take it a step further. Now, hoping to go head-to-head with big dogs like Evernote, the developers are officially re-releasing the app as NoteSuite—the potential answer to all your disorganized digital life woes. [$2]
Morning: Mornings are rough. And depending how many special adult beverages you imbibed the night before, mornings can be very, very rough. Which is exactly why we love Morning for iPad. It gives you a bright, friendly look at all the info you need to start your day, so you can be prepared even when you feel like crap. Morning provides a customizable dashboard with six panels of varying sizes, which you can fill with whatever intel you most need as soon as you pop (or roll) out of bed. Choose from date, weather, stocks, news, to-do lists that integrate with your Reminders and Calendar apps, event countdown timers, and traffic information. [$3]