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Najinsky: I browse more and more on the iPad, and visit sites that are not iPad friendly less and less. At the moment, using DPR on the iPad is a half experience. I can't load photos to my galleries, and more importantly I can't use various widgets, like the test scene comparison.

The iPad is not like a mobile phone, the new one has a higher quality and higher resolution screen than most laptops and a fair number of desktops. It's a great device for enjoying photography and I'd really like if you supported it better.

Or better yet - a dedicated app iPad app. I keep about 10000 of my best photos on my iPad, arranged in various albums for quick access and comparison (oh, if only the iPad had Aperture's smart folders and search capability) - it is fast becoming my Photographer's Memory. Imagine a DPR app that could automatically sift thru your on-tablet photo library to pull out your shots taken in similar lighting and/or camera settings as a photo you're viewing on DPR - eg all my EV=4 shots taken on the tele end on my PowerShot G11. A very powerful and personal way to compare the latest and greatest hardware with that you have experience with.

Link | Posted on Sep 28, 2012 at 14:32 UTC
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