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Want to know what are the best car apps for the iPad 2? Well you’re in the right place.

As you’d expect there’s plenty out of car apps for your iPad, but we’re only interested in the very best.

So here’s our top 5 car apps for iPad 2:

Fast Car Magazine iPad app

1. Fast Car Magazine
Want the world’s greatest car culture magazine on your iPad? Well it’s your lucky day as Fast Car is available now to download. You can subscribe, get single issues and even try a FREE sampler issue so you can ‘try before you buy’.

Priced from £2.49

Ferrari Opus iPad app

2. The Official Ferrari Opus HD
Like Ferrari? Well this is the app for you then. This beautifully crafted app tells the story of the prancing horse, features loads of top content, over 1,000 rare pictures and some great videos clips too.

Price £5.49

Real Racing HD iPad app

3. Real Racing 2 HD
Awesome graphics, great game play and most importantly plenty of fun! So far we reckon Real Racing 2 HD is the best racing sim on the iPad. The game features 30 cars, unlockable content, 15 circuits and the chance to modify your car. And if you connect it to an HDTV with an Apple Digital AV Adapter you can play in full HD and your iPad will turn into a real-time race map. Very cool indeed.

Price £4.99

Autotrader iPad 2 app

4. Auto Trader
Whether you’re a dreamer looking at cars you can’t afford, or looking for a new project car, the Auto Trader iPad App is a must. It features all the cars from the website, but has the added bonus of a browse bar that allows you to filter cars using price, distance or vehicle age. You can also save your favourite cars to your ‘Garage’ and then compare up to four cars side-by-side. Buying a used car just got easier!


Dynolicious iPad 2 App

5. Dynolicious
This clever app uses the iPad’s accelerometer to measure your 0–60 mph time, quarter mile times, horsepower, lateral G’s and more. It also archives the results so you can make comparisons, see averages and lets you record modifications made to your car so you can see gains or losses in both power and performance. You can also post your results to Facebook and Twitter. Awesome.