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Thursday, February 02, 2012

I have spent the morning with my son. Thinking of buying an I pad not sure how spark will work on it. So he took me to best buy to check it out.

Anyonee heere got any info to share with me about there apt on the ipad, saw the one on iphone that only does exercise and food.
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  • MOMMA_BEAR_69
    I have a blackberry and can not do anything on the internet with it as the screen is too small for me to read. I just save time for my laptop or desktop to do it. Anything I need to do if I'm not home I just write it down in a notebook. May try the Iphone in April...still not sure on this yet.
    2914 days ago
  • KERRYG155
    My daughter uses her ipad for everything and I'm sure she uses it to spark, too. She and her husband upgraded last year and passed their old ones on to my middle daughter and her husband. They use them mostly for reading and games. My youngest daughter (30) got the Kindle Fire for Christmas but I haven't gotten that advanced, yet. Hope you find one you like and really enjoy it.
    2916 days ago
  • CHARLIE215
    Google it - it looks like there's a new one coming out in March, so it might be worth waiting.
    2916 days ago
  • GLASSART43
    I love my IPAD and do most of my Sparking on it. The app for nutrition and fitness tracking works great, and I have the Spark recipe app as well. I don't have 3G, I use a wireless connection but it works just fine, even at RV parks when we travel, my kids' houses and Starbucks. emoticon

    The screen on my smartphone is just too small for me to enjoy using it for email and online work. Another thing I really like on the IPAD is downloading cookbooks through my Kindle app. Very easy to read in the kitchen when actually making the recipe.

    One person's opinion - hope it helps.
    2916 days ago
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