Discussion in 'Gadgets and Gizmos' started by daveann, May 11, 2010.
British Itunes? or USA ones?
I used British
If so what the books like?
Got one from the kindle site and it was fine. Really feels strange reading a book that way
daveann, what kind of range do they have?
Everything and anything I have been using the kindle one as still waiting for apple to launch it properly but they have anything you can think of
How much are they to download?
This seems to be interesting thing to try...
Get a U.S. iTunes Account Anywhere In the World [How To] | Cult of Mac
If you're asking about Kindle books Brit, here's the link to the Amazon Kindle store. Price wise, they're all over the place. From free to many $$$$$$. The Kindle reader app is free also in the Apple iTunes app store.
If you're asking about the apps for the iPad, they too are all over the place price wise. Many are free but some of them go up to a fair amount of money. The most expensive one I've seen so far is $49.95.
Tom macwave:... likes books and apps!)
Works fine Jeff it's what I did to try and reserve an ipad not that THAT worked but the itunes account is fine. I'll have to ponder whether to go with a uk one or just top up the US one with an itunes voucher
The apps store now works direct from the iPad
How bout the iBook Store? Is it up and running yet?
Tom macwave:... just curious.)
Not coming up on my itunes yet , nor is pages
Do a search in iTunes for "Angry Birds". Do you not get results in separate groups for iPhone and iPad?
Tom macwave:... curiouser and curiouser)
yip - there are a lot of HD apps online and iPad apps there - scrabble is £5.99 I think so quite a bit and elements is £7.99- Angry Birds is £2.99
Apple have said iBooks will be avaliable on the 28th so I guess thats when it will come out
well check the books in a sec and report back ;0
yes it sure is
what about pages?
how do you make sure you just get what you want on the ipad and what you want on your iphone?
I assume they are different stores - or is that not what you meant
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