Apple's 'MobileMe Gallery' App Now iPad-Compatible
Apple today updated its MobileMe Gallery
application [App Store
] for the iOS platform, bringing iPad compatibility as well as full support for the higher-resolution Retina displays found in the iPhone 4 and fourth-generation iPod touch. The update also brings support for multi-tasking and the ability for iPhone and iPad users who are not MobileMe members to view friends' photo galleries.
- Universal app with full iPad support
- Supports fast app switching for iOS 4 devices
- Optimized for Retina displays
- View friends' galleries without the need for a MobileMe subscription (iPhone and iPad only)
A June update to the application had delivered the ability for the iPhone 4 to download higher-resolution versions of photos, but today's update extends Retina display optimization to the entire application.
MobileMe Gallery debuted for the iPhone and iPod touch back in January.
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