Download Overload

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  1. j0yful

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    I have downloaded videos, movies, music, games and books.that there is not enough time for me to play, watch and read them. I need time management!
     
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  2. stever

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    Me Too!
     
  3. Nova69

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    There's an app for that! :)
     
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    I have watched, listened to, seen, read and enjoyed a great deal of things i hadn't got around to previously. Because it works anywhere I am I have more opportunities to play. In a way it feels like discovering the Internet all over again. In those days there was almost only text.
     
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    I agree I spend one hour a day trying out new apps and pick of my favorites then place those on a special page. I am requesting refund on 2 apps which frankly don't cut it
    It is easier with the iPad as far as I am concerned I do not buy local papers any more as I can read the Australian , newyork times, USA today and tech mags when i wake up not. Only saving money but making time for other things I can do later

    Col
     
  6. MikesTooLz

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    There are no refunds on apps so good luck with that.

    They used to give refunds at the developers expence(take $0.30 on the dollar when paying developer, then taking full price from devloper to refund customer). but apple changed the policy a while back and they no longer issue refunds unless you were unable to download the song/app from them.Their system knows if it was fully downloaded or not.
     
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  7. j0yful

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    Oh so that is why they never bothered to reply to my complaint.
     
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    This is the one thing I prefer with the Android market over iTunes, you have 24 hours to ask for a refund if you don't like an app.
     
  9. NumbLock

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    Haha, I also have more content prepared on my laptop ready for consuming on the iPad than I could ever possibly use it all. :D
     
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    Personally, I really don't see the need for more than 16GB on a iPad for myself. I highly doubt I would have time to go threw that much media in a day or 1 sitting. I don't need 20 movies ready to go or 30Gb of music with me at all times.

    Unless you are away from your computer you sync with for over a week at a time.......
     

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