/ May 22, 2012

What an iPad Can and Cannot Do

What it Cannot Do

Fry an egg. As much as I would love for my iPad to allow me to cook my favorite breakfast food on-the-go. I have a feeling that we will not see this innovation until a much later iteration of the iPad. Until then, I guess we will just have to settle for smarter legal research.


We don’t endorse this video in any way, we just think it was funny.

What it Can Do

Smarter legal research. Our award-winning Fastcase mobile app brings smarter legal research to your iPhone and iPad.  A recent review of the app had this to say:

“This is a can’t-miss app–not only because it allows you to conduct legal research on the go using your iPad or iPhone–but because the app is free. And you don’t even need a subscription to Fastcase to use it.”

Say, however, you did decide to join the “cool kids” and get a subscription. Not only would you be able to print cases, but you could do something almost as awesome as frying an egg: Mobile Sync.

Mobile Sync allows you to sync your account so that you can move seamlessly from device to device. For example, you could start your day with coffee at your desktop searching through the Fastcase database; move to your iPad as you are on the go from court room to court room; and finish up by discreetly looking up that last case you forgot while at your kid’s recital (though we don’t condone this, we won’t tell). Your search will be saved each time and you can pick up where you left off- even creating a print queue for when you have access to a printer.

If you already have our apps and a subscription, you can click here to learn how to sync your devices.

Though only the future holds the joy of frying an egg with your iPad, for now the Fastcase app provides its own sense of accomplishment. We hope you will take some time to check it out it:

Learn more about the Fastcase App for iPad

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Besides, did anyone think about how messy frying an egg on an iPad would be?

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