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Discussion in 'iPhone Tips, Help and Troubleshooting' started by The Highlander, Jul 4, 2010.
I have tried to look the meaning of it! But dont know what it
It's an indication that the app is universal and will run natively on both the iPad and iPhone/iPod touch.
Sorry to dig this up from the grave, buuuuut...
I'm (finally) getting my 1st iPad (yay) and was wondering about these "universal" apps.
Example: I want to get iPhoto, and I see it's in the AppStore now. If I get it on my iPhone tonight, will I be able to get the fully iPad configured one for free when the new iPad is released? "Universal" app means that I won't pay for it again, right?