Apple's iCloud will give you the ability to see all apps you've purchased on any of your iOS devices and download them to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch without a wire in sight. Join BYTE executive editor Brian Burgess for a look at the service that will show you what to expect.
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The automatic download option is available on the iPad, but keep in mind that you may not want to download certain iPhone apps on your iPad, especially if they aren't optimized for the iPad's screen resolution; if not, you'll need to use them in the 2x view, which is blurry and pixilated.
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