PadGadget has found that iPad apps are starting to show up on the iTunes preview site (but not on the iTunes store or on iPhone/iPod touch). That’s not a huge surprise since developers have been working on iPad apps for months and Apple started accepting and approving apps last week. Kokatu says that ‘HD’ is the preferred nomenclature for iPad versions of iPhone games.
The list so far: Ammoin HD, Azkend HD, Flight Control HD, Grind HD, HD Recovery, Labyrinth 2 HD, NBA Hotshot HD, Numba HD, Plants vs. Zombie HD, Sparkle HD, Worms HD
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