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Discussion in 'iPad' started by hcho3, Jul 25, 2010.
Why, apple? WHY?
I use my iPad every day for the last two months and until now I hadn't realized. It seems like that feature is not so important for me, but nevertheless it would be nice in the next upgrade (iOS 4.0)
I have noticed that some of my album art is very pixilated when displayed on the entire screen. They might have left cover flow out because it doesn't look that good with all the pixilation.
On the other hand, iTunes has the same or worse pixilation problem on large computer screens. So I guess I don't know. haha
They should have super high quality album artwork!
I noticed this to on the songs bought from iTunes and it makes me feel like I'm throwing my money away because of the bad album artwork!
Cover flow is v cool but I think the 'grid' style view is the most efficient method of browsing.
Could put an option into iTunes like on the iTunes on a Mac or PC. Probably get a few complaints if they did it like on the iPhone and iPod touch by only having the view in landscape.
They should get rid of CoverFlow in all their apps. Its absolutely useless.
Coverflow is just eye candy IMO, not really useful, i guess there are people that use it but It's not such a big deal for me
something i have wanted for freaking ages is cover flow for movies and tv shows on the iPod/iPhone/iPad! the current display method on the iPod and iPhone is terrible, we have to have square covers or face black borders either side! so ugly!
I think we'll see this in an update. The iPod app seems a little rushed to me on the iPad.
Cover flow is absolutely rubbish, who uses it?
scrolling through lists of albums is much better.
Ditto. I never use it. It is the world's most useless tool.
I don't miss coverflow...but I do miss shuffle.
It's possible to shuffle certain things but not others. I can shuffle smart playlists, but not normal playlists, very annoying.
I'm glad cover flow isn't on the iPad. It's the one thing I HATE on my iPhone.