Tag Archives: Safari

iOS 8 feature highlight: Safari on iPad

Apple surprised the majority of the tech community during WWDC on Monday, where it announced major additions and improvements to iOS 8. Surprising because it happened just one year after the major revamp of iOS with iOS 7. With iOS 8, Apple has greatly improved Safari for iPad users. From an improved tab view, access to recently closed tabs, an improved…

webNES lets you play NES games without jailbreaking, right from Safari

If you’ve wanted to play NES games from your iPhone but aren’t someone that enjoys the pros of jailbreaking (or dislikes the cons), then some developer’s have put together something you’re sure to enjoy. Made by @conradev, @jawerty, @bogidon, @elklein96, and the base by @bfirsh, webNES allows you to play NES games straight from your mobile browser, as…

Google Drive update brings ability to open links in Chrome and Safari

If you are a Google Drive user that has been frustrated with the iOS application’s inability to open links in Chrome and/or Safari, today’s your lucky day. An update for Google Drive to version 1.5.0 has just been pushed to the App Store, bringing with it this specific ability. Of course, this also comes with its helping of stabilization and bug fixes, as…

iOS 7 Preview: Weather [VID]

The weather application in preview iOS releases has always been ugly and I never used it. With that being said I kept an open mind when trying the default weather client in iOS 7. I must say I was happily surprised by its overall look and performance. The user interface follows the rest of iOS 7, being clean and light looking. Inside the weather…

iOS 7 Preview: Safari [VID]

Apple has dominated the market when it comes to mobile web browsing for years now. So when Apple announced iOS 7 yesterday you know they wanted to keep things that way and only improve the web browsing experience on iOS. Now that I have been able to play with Safari for a little, I am confident in saying that iOS 7′s safari is a pleasant upgrade from…

Pocket updates app, includes new share option

Pocket is celebrating its official anniversary, meaning it has been one year since the company changed its name from Read It Later to its current moniker, Pocket. To celebrate this landmark, the company has added a new feature to its popular apps, which are currently on Android, iOS, Mac, Safari, and Chrome. The big new feature is called Send to Friend,…

Use Blackberry 10 on iOS!

As the Blackberry rolls into the U.S, bringing with it the brand new OS, Blackberry 10, BB has announced a new and exciting way for iOS users to catch a glimpse of BB10 on their own devices. By visiting Blackberry.com/glimpse iOS users can actually use Blackberry’s latest operating system via their web browser, experiencing features such as the…

Safari regains lost ground, takes 62% mobile web traffic

  NetMarketShare.com has shared its most recent web traffic analysis for March 2013, and it looks like Apple’s mobile Safari browser is back on the up. Having previously lost a little ground to other browsers, Safari has climbed up to 61.79% web market share. That’s up just 55.41% in February. Compared to the same period in 2012, Apple’s share…