Posts tagged safari
Apple will soon be opening up a brand new Apple Store near the center of the city of Barcelona at Plaza Catalunya. The folks at iPordelante.com have managed to snap a few incredible pictures of the location. Bearing the pure Apple styled vision of making things visually stunning, this new store is covered with a gorgeous computer printed large sheet which includes broken tiles of the most popular native iPhone Apps. Read More
Whenever you visit an App page via Safari, it leads you to iTunes on your computer. Finally, an extension has arrived for Safari that prevents this from happening. With NoMoreiTunes, you can easily prevent App Store and iTunes pages from opening using the desktop App. The extension disables the script that triggers that action. Read More
If you visit a web page too often or fill in forms a lot directly from your iOS device, here is a neat feature which is by default turned off on all iOS devices dubbed “Autofill”. In Safari, you can use it to be more productive. Read More
A high level employee in Google’s legal department, and a former FTC official, Suzanne Michel, testified in court today at the Senate Judiciary hearings that Google, Microsoft and Yahoo all wanted to be the default search engine for the Safari internet browser on all iOS devices. Read More
We are back at it. Here’s another iPad tip that will help you get the most out of your iPad. If you are reading a long page in Safari, and would just like to resume to the top instantly, this tip might help save you a lot of time. Read More
In iOS 5, a new version of Safari will be available that would finally feature tabbed browsing. Tabbed browsing will replace the current webpage preview feature, and will allow users to instantly switch from tab to tab. A new reading list feature (similar to Instapaper) has also been added to Safari that allows you to save web pages for reading later in a cluster free manner. Read More
As Apple has loosened its grip on the App Store, a lot of third party browsers have been made available for iOS devices. A new browser from Readdle dubbed “Terra” has been a chart topper for the past week, and it is incredible to use. It is a lot like Safari with many additional features, and most of all – completely Free. Read More
Google Instant Previews, a feature that allows you to view screenshots of pages in the search engine results page itself is now available for iOS devices. If you have Instant Previews turned on, you could simply hover your mouse over a link and a screenshot of the desired page would appear on the right side.
The iPad completely changes the way we experience the web. While browsing around, you come across many sites that require you to fill in forms. Filling in the same details is a cumbersome task and thus Auto-fill, a great feature available in mobile Safari would come to your rescue.