Hello, developers. I know it's hard not to throw a badge on your icon and label your app "HD". Everyone's doing it. You want to fit in. JUST STOP AND THINK FOR A FEW MINUTES. HD has a pretty accepted definition (pun intended). For television, it's one or two million pixels per frame. For digital video, it's 1280x720 or higher. The iPad display is 1024x768. It does not have a million pixels. No one would have called the 12" iBooks and Powerbooks "HD", so why would they call the iPad "HD"? Because it's a bit higher than the iPhone? What happens when the next generation iPhone comes out and it has more pixels? Are all of my iPhone apps going to get "HD" badges too? Badges in icons as a whole are entirely pointless. Maybe they have a place in the App Store, as packaging for a product in a brick and mortar store would have badges. But when I take my 100% recyclable paper plates out of their packaging, they are just paper plates. Once applications are installed, especially if you've paid for them, all this branding stuff needs to go. Imaging how annoying it would be to have "AS SEEN ON TV" printed on your Snuggie, or "BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED" on your Fisher Price keyboard. It would be completely unacceptable. I mean, look at this: Just stop, will you? It's getting old. Yeah, we get it. There's a new iPhone OS device that has more pixels than 320x480. We bought them and we bought your "HD" version of the same thing we bought on our iPhone. We found it in the iPad section of the App Store. We know what we're getting. Now will you please stop making my iPad ugly with your disgusting icon badges? Thank you.