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Discussion in 'iPad' started by Nevzorus, Aug 10, 2012.
Is there a way to watch ALL free games on the iPad like on the iPhone?
What do you mean by "... watch ALL free games... "
Is there a way you could make this thread even more vague??
What app are you using to watch games (sports I'm assuming) on the iPhone? Are you watching from a website using safari, or did you download a specific app?
Either way, there isn't anything that an iPad can't do that an iPhone can, except make cell phone calls. I suggest you do exactly what you did on the iPhone to watch "games" on the iPad as well.
Are you guys serious? What the hell?!
If i'm on the APP STORE on the IPHONE and i want to see the top 50 FREE games available, that's easy. I want to see all 50 top free games on the IPAD like you can on the iPhone.
Lol, I think on the iPad you just change to iPad instead of iPhone within the list of top 50 free games apps.
Your question initially didn't make that much sense so don't get too crazy over there.
I'm guessing English is not your primary language. The word "watch" does not fit in a sentence about finding free game apps on the app store. The word watch implies that you are viewing some form of visual entertainment passively.
Again I stand firm that your original post is incredibly vague. As far as I can tell you can't view top 50 free games from iPad on app store like on iPhone. Not sure why, but the iPad version of app store has always been less intuitive than the iPhone/iPod version. You may just have to use iTunes from a computer to view what you're looking for.
..My question did make sense.
What word would have been better?
Thanks! That's the answer i was looking for!
"Is there any way to see the top 50 free games list in the app store on the ipad like you can on the iPhone?"
Sentence-formation nazis urgently required.
Okay, here's the issue...
Here's you original post...
"Is there a way to watch ALL free games on the iPad like on the iPhone?"
In that context, you were using the wrong verb. Instead of "Watch" you should have used "View".
You don't say, "Where is the best WATCH of New York City from a top the Empire State Building?"
Instead you say, "Where is the best VIEW of New York City from a top the Empire State Building?"
Now let's use the proper verb in you original post.
"Is there a way to view ALL free games on the iPad like on the iPhone?"
Keep Calm & Stop Screaming. You were wrong, accept it. You're asking for help here, show some respect.
Thanks! One upvote to you!
I had the word WATCH wrong and they didn't understand me? I show respect to people who doesn't act dumb.
People need to pay attention in elementary school and learn proper grammar and the meaning of simple works such as what to "watch" means... Wow.
I'm from Sweden...