The iPad has been announced, and though it is yet not on sale, Apple has already released a development kit, which we can use to “play with” and see how apps are going to look. The development kit is yet only preliminary, but we’ve already tried to distinguish its features, and here are several screenshot of how the Money app can look on the iPad.
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1. Applications on the iPad can run in an iPhone mode and in a mode native to the iPad. The iPhone mode has 2 sizes: the iPhone screen size, and the iPhone screen size x 2.
It is still not obvious for our company that it makes sense to make the Money app work on the iPad. It makes a lot of sense to have Money on the iPhone because you always carry your iPhone with you, and have instant access to your financial data whenever you need it. Would you buy the Money app for the iPad? Please answer my question in the forum here.
If you don’t have the Money app, I recommend you to buy the iPhone version of Money today from the App Store.