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Apple Leaks Approved iPad Apps

by Travis Harvey | March 26, 2010March 26, 2010 8:07 am PDT

As developers polish off their iPad apps for next week’s product launch, Apple has jumped the gun and published approved applications to the web version of iTunes Preview.  Discovered by Pad Gadget, a quick list of leaked titles scheduled to launch alongside the iPad reveals a precedent naming scheme and a huge emphasis on gaming.

Developers to these leaked applications have already established games for the iPad’s little brothers, iPhone and iPod Touch.  Addictive games like Flight Control, Plants vs Zombies, and Worms will be available next Saturday in their more custom formatted versions.  A full list of leaked titles is as follows:

  • Ammoin HD
  • Azkend HD
  • Children’s Animal Sounds for iPad
  • Children’s Vehicle Sounds for iPad
  • Cogs HD
  • Collage HDzenbound2ipad
  • Coloring Book for iPad
  • Cro-Mag Rally for iPad
  • Flight Control HD
  • Galaxy Collider HD
  • Glow Hockey 2 HD
  • Grind HD
  • HD Recovery
  • JellyCar 2 on iPad
  • Labyrinth 2 HD
  • London Tube Maps for iPad
  • NaviCAD for iPad
  • NBA Hotshot HD
  • NBA Spin
  • Numba HD
  • Plants vs Zombies HD
  • Rocket Solitare for iPad
  • Sherlock Holmes Mysteries for iPad
  • Sinterra HD
  • Sparkle HD
  • Worms HD
  • Zen Bound 2

This list also reveals a trend in iPad application names as developers have seemingly adopted the ‘HD’ to signify an app has been created for the larger display.  Pad Gadget says some developers are opting for ‘XL’ instead of ‘HD’ but no titles were listed as a follow up.

Customers trying to access these applications ahead of launch were greeted with the error, “The item you’ve requested is not currently available in the US store.”  Apple has since removed all iPad applications from iTunes Preview.

Do you own any of the iPhone versions of these applications?  If so, leave some recommendations in the comments.

[Via Pad Gadget]