Download Discounts for October 19: Casino for iPad, WikiServer Pro, ibisMail

Oct 19, 2010
Tech

Check out a couple of apps to help make your work life a little easier in today’s Download Discounts. There’s also an iPad game on sale that should help take your mind off the grind. Casino for iPad (iPad) $4.99 (was $5.99) Virtual gambling features all the fun of trying the flashy games of chance […]

Check out a couple of apps to help make your work life a little easier in today’s Download Discounts. There’s also an iPad game on sale that should help take your mind off the grind.

Casino for iPad (iPad) $4.99 (was $5.99)

Virtual gambling features all the fun of trying the flashy games of chance at a casino, without any of the actual risk involved. Casino for iPad includes ten such casino games, including various versions of roulette, slots, blackjack and poker, all in the same app.

The game also tracks your winnings through its virtual bank, but it isn’t all just pretend betting – Facebook and Twitter integration is included so you can share scores with friends, and an OpenFeint leaderboard tracks scores from all over the world.

WikiServer Pro (iPhone, iPad) Free (was $4.99)

WikiServer lets users access and edit corporate or professional Wiki servers from mobile devices – which is handy enough by itself, because it creates a roving reference guide whenever you need to know something specific to your business. You can also edit your Wiki from the app itself, which is even cooler.

You get access to your iPhone’s camera roll and other integrated features, such as Google Maps, all of which can be used to edit entries in the Wiki. And it’s free today, so there’s no reason not to grab this app.

ibisMail (iPhone, iPad) $3.99 (was $7.99)

It’s an email filtering app, sure, but ibisMail is impressive because of all the things it supports. It’ll connect to lots of different email clients even with multiple accounts, as well as allowing you to access attachments and send messages from within the app.

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At its core, ibisMail works to streamline your email experience, routing all your mail to a single app and sorting it before it even gets to you. It’s a bit pricey, but heavy email users will appreciate the convenience.

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