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(I hope that I am in the right forum..) I want to transfer a bridge-playing application from my MacBook Air (this( to my iPad.

I have tried connecting them, launching iTunes on the MBA, and then adding the application to my iTunes library, ready to sync it to the iPad.

However, the application never shows up in the library.

What am I doing wrong ?
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What application is it?

If it is an app for OS X, it will not work on your iPad because the iPad runs iOS, not OS X.

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It is Bridge Baron 18, and of course the reason that you give must be the right explanation. Thank you.
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Not a brridge player but the iPad version of Bridge Baron might be worth a look. Not free though.

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