iPad users should get used to the fact they are going to be playing a lot of games if they want to check out dedicated iPad apps.
According to a straw poll of app developers currently developing for the Apple iPad by analytics firm Flurry, the lion's share of applications being tested on the iPad are games.
44% of apps, according to figures given to Appleinsider, will be games with Entertainment then being the next big area on 14%, followed by Social Networking (7%), Sports (6%) and Travel (5%).
Currently only around 17% of apps in the iPhone store are games.
Those hoping for a bevy of productivity apps should be prepared to be disappointed though, according to the figures from Flurry, only 2% said they were developing apps dedicated to the iPad to help you get productive.
Apple has only just started accepting dedicated apps for the iPad. Developers keen to be there for the US launch have until Friday 27 March to get the apps submitted.
What app would you like to see on the iPad?