By January 14, 2009

Apple approves third party browsers in App Store

image MacRumors are reporting that over the past 24 hours, Apple has begun to approve 3rd party web browsing applications for the iPhone. A number of new web browsing apps have suddenly appeared with original submission dates ranging as far back as October. Web browsing applications were previously charged with “duplicating functionality” of other iPhone apps and was felt to be the reason why Opera would never be approved by Apple.

Incognito anonymous web browser

image Incognito is an anonymous web browser for the iPhone and iPod touch.  Now you can browse without leaving a history of any kind.  Simply close the browser, and Incognito will erase the entire session!

Now you will no longer have to clear Mobile Safari’s history just to hide a single entry, which rendered the URL auto-completion useless!

Includes full, anonymous support for linked media files, including all videos and sound files played by Mobile Safari!  Also includes an orientation lock mode and a customizable homepage.

Costs £ 1.19 from the app store here.

WebMate:Tabbed Browser

Web Mate simplifies browsing by queuing up all the links you click on, then allowing you to view them one by one when you’re ready. Video demo below:-

Costs £ 0.59 from the app store here.

Shaking Web

imageShaking Web was created with one goal in mind: to make easy reading web pages when you’re moving. It’s the best solution when commuting by Bus or Metro (where connection is available), traveling by car (not driving of course).
This application bring the next level of experience in mobile browsing to you, using Safari’s components (named by critics as the best browser on mobile devices) as core element and adding sophisticated algorithm to compensate small hand shaking.

Costs £ 1.19 from the app store here.

via MacRumors


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