In Pictures: 10 retina display-friendly iPad apps

The third-generation iPad sports a eye-catching display. These App Store downloads use that improved screen to full effect.

Mini-Monsters

If you—and your kids—think bugs are scary at normal size, wait until you see them blown up under a scanning-electron microscope. Mini-Monsters is a collection of over 500 super-high-res, and strangely beautiful, magnified images of insects, spiders, and other creepy-crawlies, professionally colored for easier viewing. Whether you’re looking at the receptors on the antenna of a bee or the glare off the eye of a spider, the new iPad’s Retina display ensures you’ll never look at these creatures the same way again.—Dan Frakes

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