I sometimes wonder why people bother developing stuff like this... they must know how much of a risk they're taking. Either they've got time and money to spare and don't particularly care if it gets pulled, or they think Apple is far more lenient than they really are. Sure it's fun to push the boundaries, but what kind of person wants to take that risk rather than just confirming with Apple/the guidelines/other developers first?
Originally Posted by Mindfield
So if I transfer this purchase to iTunes and then sync it to my iPad it'll work properly on the iPAd? I really hope so 'cos I have a feeling this isn't long for this world at all now that it's garnering a lot of attention. I'm just waiting to see Engadget and Giz pick it up -- if they get it in time.
I'm assuming it goes into the "iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad Apps" section of the app library on iTunes. Those are the ones you can sync to any device and they'll work.