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IIt is a simple browser that can be inspected by switching two or more portable sites by a horizontal scroll. A portable site can be easily inspected by registering a favorite site of one 20 group or less. Group concrete number 20 sites can be registered by division [rukohi] in the group name when there are 20 favorite sites or more. - Attention * Memory shortage occurs according to the use state to consume the amount and the memory of the number of sheets of the Web display and it is likely to cancel. Please adjust the number of pages of one group according to the use environment. The display when starting is displayed from the site displayed at the end of last time. Please devise it according to the usage when you name the group name because the group name is automatically sorted in ascending order. Cannot be likely it to interfere, and to do the site switch delicious with the user interface of a horizontal scroll though inspection other than a portable site are also possible. After URL is input on the site registration screen, the (i) button can be set as a site name by acquiring title information on the site when touching. Moreover, the keyboard disappears when the completion of the keyboard and the DONE button are pushed by the URL input, the site preview of input URL is displayed, and it is possible to confirm it before it registers. Other functions + ..site under the display.. button is easily additional in the browser screen registrable by touch. It changes in the order of displaying the site and it is possible to delete it. The page can jump from the site under the display with page switch button. The message can transmit to Twitter by changing URL on the displayed page to shortening URL.
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 1.96 MB
Version 2.10
Operating System iOS
System Requirements Compatible with: iphone4, ipad2wifi, ipad23g, iphone4s, ipadthirdgen, ipadthirdgen4g, iphone5, ipodtouchfifthgen, ipadfourthgen, ipadfourthgen4g, ipadmini, ipadmini4g
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