Interior design students, hobbyists, and professionals don’t want to be left out when it comes to iPad apps,, and they’re not! There are tons of helpful apps for interior design available for the iPad. Some are more focused on students, while others are aimed at professionals already in their established careers. Here are a few: #1 Houzz Interior Design Ideas Price: free For: iPad, iPod touch, iPhone This app by Houzz Inc is the mobile app version of the website houzz.com. Interior designers from all around the world post their portfolios and completed job photos so that other interior designers or just people who are interested in interior design can look at them and create “Ideabooks.” Ideabooks are libraries of your favorite photos from the site. It’s really similar to Pinterest in this fashion. Download Houzz for free and be inspired for your next job or assignment. #2 Moodboard Price: $9.99 For: iPad Moodboard by A Tiny Tribe LLC lets you create mood and inspiration boards. It’s a great way to create a concept board and notes links to things you found on the Internet, for example, like where you found that amazing fabric you want to use to cover a pillow. It has a paint strip, frames for your photos, and the option to email your mood boards to friends, colleagues, or clients. Mostly for designers, this app also would be good for hobbyist interior designers. There’s also a free “lite” version if you want to try it out before paying full price for this version. #3 Keynote Price: $9.99 For: iPad, iPod touch, iPhone Keynote by Apple is not exactly an interior design app, but it sure is helpful for professional designers! It’s a presentation app, and what better way to present your plans to a client or prospective client than by hooking your iPad up to his or her big-screen TV? Keynote will give your presentation the polish and pizazz you need sometimes, and will make you look ultra-professional. Keynote works with iCloud so you can work your presentations across all devices without losing data. Check out this post for apps on DIY situations.