The App Store and iTunes Store On The Apple iPad Reviews
Applications for the new Apple iPad is very similar to Apple OSX advanced applications in terms of appearance and functionality. For example, the well integrated iTunes Store has striking resemblance to the iTunes Store office. Not only the size, but the room also has similar capabilities as regards audiobooks, purchases and movie rentals, and access iTunes downloads of TV shows U. Purchases can be paid by cashing iTunes cards or loyalty to an iTunes account using a credit card.
The same is the case with the App Store on the iPad version. It works and looks much like the Apple store experience on your iTunes software. However, since the store works on the iPad, specifically the default screen provides applications optimized for the iPad software.
In addition, Apple encourages developers to build new applications exclusively for the new iPad, which are not necessarily compatible with the iPod or iPhone. Since this is likely to become an expensive purchase for Apple fans, it would be desirable to have more easy to distinguish the applications created for the iPhone and similar applications designed for iPad. Fortunately, the iPad takes first place among all the gadgets in terms of number and quality of applications that incorporates. In addition, most applications developed for the Touch or iPhone can also work on the iPad, meaning that users can make existing applications in the Touch or iPhone to the iPad and maximize their potential.