Where To Get High Quality Mac/iOS Wallpapers?
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It’s finally here, anticipation for months, but we have a confirmed date, September 12th 2012, this is what we’ve wanted for months, a new iPhone!
Today, Apple released an update to iOS 6 Beta, which gives users that are rocking it now a better performing device. Apple normally do not just include Beta Bug Improvements when releasing an update like they did today, they threw in some improvements for Maps and the Navigation part of it(see picture below).
Ashphalt 7: Heat, the latest addition to Gameloft’s amazing racing game series, it is highly addictive! Thanks to Gameloft for sending us a review code, and thank you for reading! You guys rock!
Asphalt 7: Heat really does live up to the expectation, its brilliant! It’s so realistic, with amazing graphics. It brings a whole new way to navigating around the game(which is nice!) but takes a bit to get used to. Not really a big deal.
Today during Google’s I/O event, the company released versions of Google Drive and Google Chrome for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The apps work much in the same way as their desktop counterparts. Google Chrome for iOS will roll out with “Chrome Sync,” a new feature introduced that allows you to sync all your opened tabs, bookmarks, search results, etc. across all of your devices. You can find download links for the apps below.
Mozilla’s Alex Limi is building a replacement for safari on the iPad since he(and myself)thinks it’s so disgusting and ugly. Limi offered a glimpse at Junior In a recent presentation showing the fruits of the Mozilla Product, an iPad browser that hopes to redefine how we view the internet on tablets or apple tablets for now at least. The prototype browser is jam-packed with features like the traditional address bar/tab layout in favor of a minimalistic, full screen experience, flanked by only two obvious toggles — a back button, and a plus symbol that opens a menu containing favorites, recent pages and a URL/search bar. Other common options such as reload, forward and print are hidden away, but accessible. The idea is a simple browsing experience that’s more fun, engaging and ergonomic. “It’s very simple,” Limi implies, “it’s a browser.” He stresses that Junior is still just a prototype, albeit a compelling one. Interested?
If you can’t wait for this awesome browser to be released you can try out an alternative, cloud browse is an awesome Firefox based browser for iPhone and iPad that has all the features of Firefox including flash but not the best quality.