In iPadizate we really want to see the appearance that many of the applications that today have for the iPhone will have but that we have not yet seen adapted to the iPad. These images are coming to us little by little but here we have a couple of the application 1Password, which serves to manage our passwords in Mac YiPhone. The appearance, as expected, is much more professional than its iPhone version.
Here is an image of the app running with the iPad in a horizontal position:
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And here we have the same application, but with the iPad in vertical position. As you can see, the interface adapts perfectly:
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We will inform you of the new screenshots of iPad applications Let them go out.
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