That's what I did too. The iPod touch is a great purchase if you a) don't have a smartphone but want extensive PDA/media/app features or b) want an iDevice without buying a sucky AT&T contract.Darth_Diggitus said:Well Murray, you may not have to wait that long to have a legit way to get the stuff because otherverizon</font> carriers are fixing to get the iphone by possibly as early as this summer. As for me, I just got it on my iPod touch because I don't really like some<font color="red">att carrier's coverage maps and stuff, so I'm on Verizon, too.
As far as I know, every app that works with the iPhone and iPod touch will work in an up-scaled fashion on the iPad. A lot of apps have been redesigned by their developers in special iPad formats, but you can still use this app on your iPad in a "zoomed-in" fashion.PMJones said:How does this work with iPad? Anyone out there have both? Just curious . . .