Apple Releases a List of iPad Ready Sites

For sites to be viewed on iPad they have to be built using HTML5, Javascript and CSS3. Only then the sites will be able to do justice to the features that iPad supports.

On Thursday, iPad released a list of such sites. Instead of linking to these sites Apple decided to put on screen shots using the Safari browser.

Some of the sites that are listed on Apple’s site include:

CNN
Reuters
New York Times
Vimeo
Time
Major League Baseball
The White House
Virgin America
Sports Illustrated
Flickr

Not all the sites are fully complying to standards but Virgin America’s site was the closest and can be viewed best on an iPad.

If you have a site that is complying with standards and want it to be listed there you have a chance. Click here to visit Apple’s list and submit your site by clicking on the link at the bottom of the page to get it listed. Although if you are expecting a link from apple I am afraid you might not actually get it but even a name on apple is good enough.

Apple also provides a list of guidelines and a complete guide of how you can make your sites iPad ready. Click here to visit these guidelines.

Saurabh Dutta
Saurabh Dutta is the founder and author of TechChai. He writes on useful technology tips, tricks, tutorials, articles and interesting technology updates on various websites and blogs online.
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9 Responses to “Apple Releases a List of iPad Ready Sites”

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    Finally, Finally…I’ve been looking for this information for a long time. Thanks

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