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JOELGOGUEN Posts: 49
2/20/12 9:54 P

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Yes, the iPod and iPhone are basically the same. I assume you mean that the iPad has a larger screen, which is also true. However, please take notice of all the apps that are designed for *both* iPod/iPhone *and* iPad. Those aren't separate apps, those are one app that have been designed for *all* of the platforms.

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Because the ipod and iphone are basically the same. All the ipod is an iphone without the phone capability. The ipod has a larger screen and different requirements. Same reason why both are different than the app on a computer.

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JOELGOGUEN Posts: 49
1/28/12 2:38 P

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Why is there a separate app for the iPhone/iPod Touch and the iPad? Why not make them into one unified app?

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