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Submitted by s8anicslayer 1958d ago | review

AppSmile: iBlast Moki HD Review

AppSmile writes: "Little by little, our favorite iPhone titles are making their way to the iPad. We've seen varied development approaches to these HD versions. On the one hand, we've seen some pretty bad iPad renditions which look more like pixilated giant oaf relatives to their iPhone siblings. On the other hand some developers are grabbing hold of the iPhone OS 3.2 reigns. Taking advantage of the increased screen real estate, screen resolution, and added OS capabilities, these developers are delivering some hot iPad-specific apps." (iBlast Moki HD, PC) 5/5

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