This is a discussion on Two new iPad apps coming... within the iPad Apps forums, part of the iPad App Store category; Originally Posted by wot_fan Dude, take a chill pill. I was talking about the top sites feature in the desktop version of Safari that I ...
Part of the reason I built this app was actually for selfish reasons. I am constantly browsing sports sites for scores of games. So during the NFL season, I can have three of the browsers giving me live scoring and play updates on three games, then in the fourth browser I can get live updates from my fantasy football site. All this with out having to change back and forth between pages. Having multiple simultaneous browsers is great for viewing multiple sites that dynamically update their data. I realize that iPad Safari is going to be good enough for alot of people, but there might be a few that can see the value in this approach. If you have any suggestions for features or updates, I would love to hear them.
Forgive my skepticism but Apple approved an alternative browser implementation? I know you may not be able to say at this point. It looks extreamly usefu though. I'm having issues connecting to your site at the momment.
I assume that it can't run in the background like Safari streaming audio content can...
although with a second web viewer app that wouldn't be as much of an issue.
Add 202 to my user number and call me an Airplane.
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OK, I checked for myself. Nice app. I like being able to drag the icons on the top bar to a window to jump to a commonly used site.
I think the two screen mode would be a great feature to add.