iPad’s pricy apps have made it a difficult proposition for the consumers. Most of the apps are double the price of the iPhone version. Infact several amongst these are not enhanced versions too. Instead of adding new features to the app, look and feel parameters such as screen font fixation or resolution have been altered so that it fits in iPad screen properly. Most of the apps are bundled in $9.99 or $14.99 range, unlike iPhone’s $0.99 or $1.99 apps. There are very few free apps available at the disposal of the buyers at the moment. As the market for iPad matures and handful of iPad’s gets converted to millions or ten millions one must expect cheaper app rates.
Apps such as Real Racing HD and Minigore HD are too pricey at the moment. Apple is expected to cash in on the premise that more users are expected to use it as their gaming platform. At the onset users should be cautious because they might not be spending more than an hour or so, on their iPad. So they need to assess and gain feedback on the app from Internet sources before actually sporting it on the iPad on the go.