Subject line: Fairfax Media Launches Electronic Newspaper Edition Apps For The iPad The Skinny: No price or details, but SMH and Age are coming to iPad.
Subject line: First Australian magazine on iPad The Skinny: The Monthly, a magazine for smart people, has an iPad edition. App is free, issues cost $5 a pop.
Subject line: The Australian’s iPad app launches tomorrow The Skinny: $5 a month for The Australian newspaper on your iPad. It’s still free on the web though…
Subject line: NAB launches iPad app The Skinny: Free app that includes “NAB Internet Banking, an ATM and branch locator and currency exchange rates” Also came with a kind ofscary picture.
Subject line: Borders eBook iPad app launches tomorrow The Skinny: The Borders version of the Kindle (or more precisely Kobo) app for iPad. Free.
Subject line: St.George to launch iPad banking app The Skinny: Another free banking app. Will apparently “offer full functionality of St.George Internet Banking, branch and ATM locators, plus access to video content through the bank’s YouTube channel.” Yay?
Subject line: Domain.com.au ready for Australian iPad launch The Skinny: Not even an app, just a custom formatted version of the site for the iPad. How magical.
There are a few other borderline emails that I’ll leave out for my own sanity. Now – is everyone excited for the iPad yet, or just praying for the hype to be taken out back and shot?