iPad (and iPhone) Web browsing news

Now, with the first beta version of iOS 4.2 and its in-page text search in Safari I've been waiting for, I can finally publish the online version of the iPad / iPhone Web browser bible I promised almost a month ago.


As the first (main) step, I've uploaded the updated chart to http://www.winmobiletech.com/sekalaiset/09202010iOSWebBrowsers.html , which, now, also incorporates all the changes in the new browser versions. Of particular interest is Aarde Browser, which become from a definitely not recommended title to a quite recommended one, thanks to the full army of new features; for example, Google Suggest, full screen and so on. Atomic, iBrowse and iCab have all received some add-on goodies; for example, iCab now has previous/next in-page text search, in which it's the best browser currently available.


The full article will soon (in about two days) follow.

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<p>Werner Ruotsalainen is an iOS and Java programming lecturer who is well-versed in programming, hacking, operating systems, and programming languages. Werner tries to generate unique articles on subjects not widely discussed. Some of his articles are highly technical and are intended for other programmers and coders.</p>
<p>Werner also is interested in photography and videography. He is a frequent contributor to not only mobile and computing publications, but also photo and video forums. He loves swimming, skiing, going to the gym, and using his iPads. English is one of several languages he speaks.</p>