View Full Version : Digital-Tutors HD iPad App is Here

04 April 2011, 07:27 PM
Hi everyone,

We just released Digital-Tutors HD iPad app! And, it's free!

Download the app and take training with you everywhere you go:

We do want to let everyone know we are using a request feature to manage resources and prepare training for the app. If a course has not been converted for the iPad, you can request that course and our servers will start the process of converting the training. With this method, we are able to process the most popular courses first so you get access to training that is most important to you.

So, we ask that you be patient as we are adding new videos to the iPad app every day and plan to have all training available within the next 90 days.

Learn more:

04 April 2011, 01:36 AM
Ya! Pretty cool, let's try it.

04 April 2011, 03:20 AM
Hopefully it will be better than the useless iphone app that didn't have %90 of the training available on it.

04 April 2011, 03:11 PM
We would have posted all our training on the iPhone app but most of the feedback we received was that the screen was too small to really learn the software. Plus, we were post-producing every single video and that takes a lot of time and resources.

With that in mind, we converted the most popular videos released them on the iPhone app and started work on the iPad app. We plan to have all training on the iPad app within the next 90 days and are adding new content daily.

04 April 2011, 05:13 AM
so you guys are saying pretty much that you are ditching the iPhone app ... well that is a shame for people who pay for it ...

04 April 2011, 04:31 PM
If you think about it, $1.99 for access over 2,000 videos on the iPhone app makes each video about .0009 cents. That's a very low cost for access to a wide range of quality, post-produced content.

And, with the release of the free iPad app and the decision not to add more videos to the iPhone app, we've made the iPhone app free too -

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