iPad Please developers, stop the iNaming of apps already

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  1. nickels

    nickels Well-Known Member

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    Just because it goes on an iPhone or iPod, that doesn't mean every single app needs an "i" in front of the name. That is getting old fast. It's iNuff already. :mad:
     
  2. Freegoo

    Freegoo Well-Known Member

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    That goes for Apple too, it stopped being cute years ago. :)
     
  3. Little White Bear Studios

    Little White Bear Studios Well-Known Member

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  4. NotYou

    NotYou Well-Known Member

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    iAgree. iDon't know how devs think that's going to help out their product. iRonically, it always make them look cheap, like their trying hop on board the Apple train. You'd think they's have a little more iMagination than that.
    (BTW, there's an app called "iMagination")
     
  5. tunawrap

    tunawrap Well-Known Member

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    iAlso igree with you. It pains me to read those titles D: iMean seriously. WTF
     
  6. Sammy1995

    Sammy1995 Active Member

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    facepalm!!
     
  7. rootbeersoup

    rootbeersoup Well-Known Member

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    iThink it's ok for Apple, but everyone else needs to lay off of it
     
  8. RPGGuy

    RPGGuy Well-Known Member

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    Can we use 'u' instead. Like uFish, uBowl or uBoat.
     
  9. rootbeersoup

    rootbeersoup Well-Known Member

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    anything with a lowercase vowel in front of it is actually a turn off for me
     
  10. Everydaynormalguy

    Everydaynormalguy Well-Known Member

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    How 'bout instead we stop writing stupid threads like this one???
     
  11. CrocStock

    CrocStock Well-Known Member

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    Same here rootbeersoup, theres no need to use the prefix and why cant they be original anyways? Apple have every right to use it as it used to identify their products well until everyone else jumped on prefixes and really cheapened the whole thing.
     
  12. rootbeersoup

    rootbeersoup Well-Known Member

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    Exactly, it's unoriginal and really not appealing at all
     
  13. gusto5

    gusto5 Active Member

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    actually ibook to macbook is a step away from the "i"
     

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