Once you some bookmarks on your iOS device, bringing them up is simple.
Tap on the Bookmarks icon (it looks like an open book). On the iPhone/iPod touch, it's located at the bottom of the page, on the iPad at the top and to the left of the Web address window. This opens Safari's Bookmarks list.
While browsing the Web, you'll occasionally see links like, "You're today's lucky winner!" or "Find out more about Home Mortgages." You can tap on the link and see where it takes you, or you can look at the Web address associated with the link first and see if you want to even bother with it. Here's how you do it:
Tap and hold down the link and wait for the pop-up menu to appear.
Instead of tapping on one of the options, look at the top of the menu above the Open button.
One of the best things about your device is the ability to connect to the Internet from just about anywhere through nearby Wi-Fi networks or through your 3G data plan. Here we’ll show you how to manage your data usage, and how to connect and disconnect from the Internet with a few simple taps
Skyfire ($2.99) is one of the more popular alternatives to Safari. Unlike Safari, you can use it to view Flash videos. (Note that it doesn't support Flash games and apps, and it only supports selected Flash video sites.) Version 3.0 was released this week and adds deep Facebook Connect integration, social media feeds, and popular content recommendations, among other features. The video accompanying this post walks you through the new features.
YouTube first launched in 2005, and for the first few years it offered a limited selection of content consisting mainly of short and sometimes silly amateur videos that entertained viewers. Now, thousands of videos are uploaded to YouTube each day, and many of them still fall into the "silly video" category. But a growing number provide interesting, educational, and professional content.
Brothersoft, one of the leading software download websites in the world, has a Mac section (still in Beta) that offers more than a few goodies for new and old iOS users. As a new iOS user myself, I found their "Software for New Macfans" a nice place to start. Here are a few of the more interesting and impressive free apps and software I found:
Aren’t you interested to see whats inside Pandora’s box? I thought so. Well with Pandora Radio for the iPhone, it is much easier to make that happen. Pandora Radio is an internet radio application for the device that allows the user to create their own channels specific to their likes an dislikes. Music listening becomes much easier with this application because the user does not have to sit and listen to songs they do not like.