What iPad Apps Are Great Alternatives for The Safari?
Many people love the new Twitter update, but analysts and critics are actually slamming it – stating that it is backward move for the popular social networking site. The update was announced by Dick Costolo, the chief executive of Twitter. Critics say, however, that the device is generic in nature as if it looks like it was designed for Android devices.
The navigation system was also criticized, because it seems as if there is something wrong with it. It abandons the card style layout which was seen on the old iPad app, allowing a design that is more generous in space ………………………………….. read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/tech/
What iPad Apps Are Great Alternatives for Safari?
Many people are looking for Safari alternatives for their iPad, but there are no alternative browsers – or so most say. This is because Apple restricts web page rendering capabilities for other apps, except for its very own Safari.
With this, anything that claims to be a “web browser” in the App Store is simply an interface that presents its own tools right on top of Safari’s engine. In other words, they are “wrappers” for the Safar. With that, we don’t see a full blown Google Chrome browser for the iPad as much as we would like it ………………………….. read more: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/
Do You Want A Box Of Crayons For Your iPad?
Digitools has just released a set of coloring tools – similar to styluses, which can be used with 3D Glasses. This is for the iPad and is an effort done by Crayola to bring the magic and simplicity of coloring to the touch screen device. The set will be available for $20 and will be released within two weeks. You can download an app, which you can color on, and save it once you are done.
This can then be emailed and shared to family. Likewise, it can also be printed and posted on the refrigerator door – just as if we would with typical children’s drawings ……………………….. read more: http://gadgetwise.blogs.nytimes.com/