iCab - what is it how do I use it?
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In spite of its inability to play Flash content (at present), iCab Mobile is an outstanding browser well worth spending time with. I don't know what Alexander is charging for it these days; but, whatever it is, it has been worth *many* times more than that to me.
Last edited by info; 05-06-2011 at 06:17 PM.
05-06-2011 06:15 PM
Couldn't agree more - iCab Mobile is THE browser for the iPad...
$1.99 is the price I just paid.
Originally Posted by info
Thank y'all for this thread. I havent tried uploading my PDF files to anything yet but if nothing else it's a real nice looking browser and seems well thought out in it's design and layout, well worth the price paid
I can still use Puffin for Flash but hopefully this one can handle Taleo websites, unlike every other browser I've tried.
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nice to see the topic totally changed ok, talking about browsers.....
safari mobile - love it, really do, but it hasnt got tabs.
Terra - great ui, beautiful app, and with tabs, but no favs list on screen. and wont any time soon.
Puffin - was ok, run of the mill, but didnt like the Flash sites i visit (ie, the BBC home page).
icab mobile:skyfiler:iswifter - yey to try, but look similar to what i use now -
Atomic Web - blimmin awesome and very fast. no flash, but then im not expecting any browser to deliver that to be honest.
Originally Posted by sjleworthy
I had an issue with not being able to see an audio player (flash content) on a favourite blog in Safari and was advised to use iSwifter. It solved the problem of the player. However I see the problem between flash and iPad more clearly now: iSwifter is pretty unuseable for most browsing - it was a complete wrestling match with iPad Forums, for instance (btw, I've now got the ipad forum app which works a treat!).
I also put Mercury Pro on yesterday. So far I'm liking this more than Safari. It has tabs. It has a tile page for most used websites. It has more functions at hand than Safari. I especially like the small icon that floats in the bottom right corner that releases a wheel of destiny! (unfortunately not available on the free version).
I'll try Atomic Web too. Sounds good.
Last edited by ian russell; 05-07-2011 at 05:08 AM.
have you yet found a browser that deals with the flash content on the BBC's front page to a satisfactory level yet?
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