The game itself is frantic, reaction-type game that almost begged for some sort of online functionality, so the update should be welcome when it is introduced formally on February 27. Teggle is available for $0.99 on the App Store.
There’s a new web browser vying for everyone’s attention and rightfully so considering Dolphin Browser‘s previous success on the Android platform. 8 million Android users can’t be wrong after all.
Having tried out Dolphin Browser for a time, the app feels like a much more fully fledged browser than Safari. There’s ‘proper’ tabbed browsing just like on a desktop, a bookmark folder that’s as easy to access as on any PC or Mac. Auto-completing of URLs is fast and efficient too. For even faster access, a speed dial system ensures that users can consult their favorite websites at the tap of one button for maximum ease.
The real killer feature is the Gestures system though. This allows users to draw a sign or add their own gestures so that websites respond accordingly. For example, drawing a v gesture scrolls the site to the bottom of the page. Users can create their own gestures too such as an F for Facebook or M for their webmail.
As another time saver, social networking sharing facilities have been added on screen at all times making it simple to share content with others.
Give Dolphin Browser a shot today. In just my brief time of using it, I’ve found it to be a real timesaver once set up, with some very useful features.
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