In a modal view in iOS, the Apple provided (and localized) button titles to affirmatively complete the task and close the modal are "Add," "Done," and "Save."
The difference between "Add" and "Done" & "Save" makes sense; if an item is being edited, it already exists and "adding" implies it will be added again as a copy. I observed this in the iOS calendar app while adding a new event.
What is the difference between "Done" and "Save"?
In the Calendar app again, when editing an existing event the word "Done" is used as opposed to "Save." Either way the event still gets saved. Is there a subtle difference between the two?
This question helped, however it did not specifically address the difference between "Done" and "Save" and it was not in the context of iOS.
Thanks in advance!