The iPad is the ultimate toy released by Apple for the ones passionate about portable devices. But besides being fun to use, an iPad is also functional and can be used for many purposes including web browsing. That’s why you need to have the right tools in order to appreciate its capabilities. Here are some examples of iPad browsers that are able to make the difference.
A first example is the Atomic Web Browser that comes with great design and a lot of features that can be customized. It also includes a good looking icon and the capability to support multiple tabs. What makes switching between tabs funny is the multitouch capability while the option to choose your own theme and use desktop web rendering makes it easier for you to personalize the look of the browser. Another feature that works in its favor is the one that keeps ads away from your browsing experience. You can also add bookmarks and save entire pages with pictures included.
Another web browser worth installing is Mercury. This browser comes with an interface similar to the desktop version of Safari and provides an elegant user interface. Like the previous browser it supports multiple tabs and bookmarks with the difference that it also include the Top Sites feature that you will also discover in Safari. You can also display web pages in full screen and load more than one tab in the same time. When you first start the browser you get to choose between accessing the list of Top Sites, using your Bookmarks or loading your Saved Tabs. Afterwards you can read news and download almost anything you want with the help of an efficient download manager.
Also considered eligible is the Perfect Browser for iPad that comes with a great UI and most importantly with a scroll bar that will definitely help with navigation. It also features a private mode, it gives you the possibility to disable the accelerometer during web browsing and it provides easy access to all functionality. Despite all these great features, the browser isn’t as perfect as its name says. That’s because it doesn’t support bookmarklets and although it’s multitouch capable it doesn’t allow you to switch between tabs by swiping your finger.
Life Browser for iPad is another option that makes browsing fun because it displays Internet pages as part of a book and it allows swiping for page switching. It also comes with an Auto Loading feature that allows you to faster access your favorite websites. The display of bookmarks is also customized and it’s quite interactive.
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