I would like to be able to buy apps for my iPad without a computer.
Is there a way I can do this without going thru iTunes to register on another computer.
Can I just buy a iTunes card and use that on my iPad.
This sounds unnecessarily complicated. Why don't you just want to download apps for your iPad directly through the Apple Store? In addition, I have many downloaded apps on my iPad and have yet to pay for one...ther's plenty of good free stuff available.
Because I don't think I can do that without first registering on iTunes thru a computer and I don't have another computer.
How can I just get an app without first going to iTunes.
Can't you just open Safari and go to www.itunes.com on the iPad? I don't see any reason that you wouldn't be able to set up an account from the iPad, assuming that you either have a data plan or access to a wireless network.
The iPad is a computer, so use it as one. As long as you have access to a network, you can get to the iTunes store. Trust me, Apple wants to make it easy for you.
This post was edited by kudzu9 on Thu, Mar 21, 13 at 15:04
Ok thanks, I understand now and got it.
This sounds unnecessarily complicated. Why don't you just want to download apps for your iPad directly through the Apple Store?