|App Store category: Utilities|
|Current price: free app||Our rating: 9/10|
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Diigo browser (formerly iChromy) brings the best of Chrome’s interface,speed and Diigo's web annotation service to the iPad. It’s very easy to open, switch and close tabs. Type search keywords or URL in one box. The address bar will be hidden automatically when you scroll down the page, so you get the the extra space for web content. To show the address bar, just tap the tab again. One click to save a page to reading list, so you can view them offline. One click to remove a page from the reading list. It’s fast to get pages in and out. Share the page to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Diigo, Instapaper etc. Search from context menu directly. Long press a link and choose different open options. More privacy: Incognito Mode, Clear password, history, Cookie. Efficiency: Find in page, Remember password, Quick Dial in new tap to help you access most, Visited sites quickly. Add .com, .edu, .gov, .net in the Omnibox. Save pictures to Photo App. More accurate URL suggestion in address bar. Tap status bar to scroll pages to top. Change default search Engine. Identify iChromy as desktop browsers to access certain pages. Keep the address bar when you scroll the page. Always open link in background tab.
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iChromy – Chrome Style Web Browser for iPad
Intro: iChromy is new browser app for the iPad that promises to bring ‘the best of Chrome’s interface and speed to the iPad’. I’m a huge fan of the Chrome browser on my MacBook Pro desktop; it’s my every day primary browser on the Mac, usually with a crazy number of tabs open all day long (26 as I write this post). I find it to be blazing fast generally and much, much faster than Safari...
Final words: iChromy does a good job at bringing some of the slick features of Chrome to the iPad; the Omnibox in particular is great to see on the iPad. Tabbed browsing (which is offered by many 3rd party browser apps) is also a very nice feature. I like those two features enough for this app to become my primary browser on the iPad for now.
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iChromy: An Alternative iPad Browser With Chrome Envy
Intro: Google’s not bringing the Chrome web browser to the iPad anytime soon, if ever, so app maker Diigo is trying to fill the void with iChromy.
The free alternative iPad browser, which launches in the App Store today, mimics the Chrome aesthetic. Tabs appear at the top of the screen, and a single bar handles web addresses and searches, just like Chrome’s omnibar. There’s even a star-shaped bookmark button to the right of the URL bar, just like Chrome...
Final words: Though it lacks frills and has a few frustrations, iChromy is yet another capable web browser that far surpasses the functionality of iPad Safari while conquering the stability issues that plague other tabbed iPad browsers. And to paraphrase Google, it’s free and installs in minutes. Give it a try.
iChromy brings Chrome-style web browsing to the iPad
Intro: I have a feeling that Chrome lovers with iPad tablets are going to be quite pleased. The folks over at Diigo have announced the launch of iChromy – a web browsing app that brings the some of the best features of Chrome over to the iPad. With Google making no mention of ever bringing the Chrome web browser to iOS, you don’t have to hold your breath waiting for it to arrive. iChromy is here now and attempts to take its place...
Final words: The web browser won’t be a complete translation of Chrome – rather, it will take the features that people love about Chrome and introduce some enhancements of its own. So what does iChromy have to offer? Tabbed browsing with tabs on top, an omnibox for both searching and entering web addresses, an offline reading list, and most importantly – speed. The browser is touted to be faster than other multi-tab browsers on the iPad. It will also include sharing features and search from the context menu.
iChromy is The Perfect iPad Web Browser for Google Chrome Users
Intro: or those of you who use Google’s Chrome web browser on your Mac or PC, a new app called iChromy aims to offer an identical browsing experience on your iPad, with a polished user interface and some rather nice features...
Final words: iChromy is completely free and well worth checking out!
iChromy iPad Web Browser
Intro: iChromy is a new Google Chrome style web browser for iPad and if you’re a Google’s Chrome web browser user on your Mac or PC, you gonna love iChromy on your iPad which offers an identical browsing experience on your iPad with a polished user interface and some rather nice features. This app enabling you to very easily open, switch and close tabs, type search keywords or URLs directly into one main box.