Application of the new Apple iPad is very similar to the advanced applications of Apple OSX in terms of both appearance and functionality. For example, well-integrated iTunes Store bears striking resemblance to the desktop iTunes Store. Not only size, but the piece also sports the same ability when it comes to audio books, buying and renting movies, iTunes U accessibility, and downloads of TV shows. Purchases can be paid by cash for iTunes gift cards or create an account with iTunes using a credit card.
Similarly, the version of the App Store on the iPad. It acts and looks very similar to the Apple store experience in the iTunes software. However, because the shop is running on the iPad, the default view displays the applications that are optimized specifically to suit the software iPad.
In addition, Apple now encourages developers to design new applications for the new iPad, which is not necessarily compatible with iPod or iPhone. Since this is likely to be an expensive purchase for admirers of Apple, it would be desirable to have more easy to distinguish which application is made for the same application created for the iPhone and the iPad. There currently offer dual-compatibility of applications that will provide a mixture of both iPhone and iPad version embedded in the same file. It has been specifically designated by Apple with the symbol (“+”) added in the App Store iPad. Although wider compatibility with more applications bundled in the same manner would be desirable, it is understood that a separate application is to sell more profitable business.
Fortunately, the iPad ranked first among all the gadgets in the number and quality of applications that are incorporated in it. In addition, most applications developed for the Touch or iPhone can also run on the iPad, which means that users can take existing applications on the Touch or iPhone to the iPad and maximize its potential.