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Originally Posted by AndreiD View Post

Why do you need web access from ipad or iphone when you have the native iOS apps?!

Cheapskates, that's why.

As it stands, we have three versions of iOS, none of which are 1:1 feature compatible.

Hopefully that changes this fall. And NO, I don't mean that the OS X version should lose features to match iOS and web.
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Originally Posted by Macky the Macky View Post

Wow!! You must collaborate with a bunch of pencil-necked geeks that don't use iTunes for anything!

Even if they did, iCloud doesn't support document collaboration so it's a mute point and you can't expect another company to use their private Apple ID for business. iCoud is really not a business service anyway. I personally don't use iTunes either, except for app purchases. I still purchase BluRay's and DVD's for older films as I prefer to have a hard copy of my medium, it's easy enough to rip when I want to watch a movie on the go. I sometimes rent movies from Netflix. We also have 2 Sony BDP-CX7000ES 400 disk BluRay changers, so the medium is safe from damage. Music, I stream using Nokia's Music Service on my Nokia 808, my kids and husband use Pandora on their iPhones and Nokia 820. We bought them a subscription for Christmas last year as their music purchasing on iTunes became way too expensive, streaming services is a Godsend for parents. Though iTunes Radio is looking pretty neat I don't have an iPhone to enjoy it on, I have a Blackberry Z10 from work which I use sometimes with GrooveShark, it's also available for my iPad and my Nokia 808. Since I listen to music and the occasional Futurama episode on my Nokia 808, purchasing iTunes Radio doesn't make sense at this time.
Edited by Relic - 7/21/13 at 3:09am
When I looked up "Ninjas" in Thesaurus.com, it said "Ninja's can't be found" Well played Ninjas, well played.
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When I looked up "Ninjas" in Thesaurus.com, it said "Ninja's can't be found" Well played Ninjas, well played.
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post #43 of 43
I recieved the invite, but I am wondering if it costs? Do I get to try it for free since I recieved the invite?
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