Did you know you can browse the Internet Archive from you iPad? Not only that, but with Readdle’s amazing Documents app [free – iOS] you can browse, discover, download, read and manage the publications you find. Here’s how. Open the Documents app and tap the Browser item in the side panel. Enter the URL for…
You can now enjoy Flipboard magazines on your desktop using your browser. You’ll need the address to at least one magazine to gain access to the platform, but from there you can wander around and find any number of other magazines to enjoy. This short video gives you a tour of the features available within…
The Dolphin browser for iOS and Android devices continues to mature. The latest update has added features which make it my go-to browser for my iPad. Here’s a look at some of those new features.
Browsing the Web on a mobile device can be a challenge. In addition to the small screens of mobile phones, there are now all shapes and sizes of tablets too. Yes, many web sites provide mobile-friendly editions of their site, but not all mobile browsers take advantage of the site designer’s efforts. Fortunately there are now more browser choices and you aren’t just stuck with your device’s default browser. One of those choices is the Dolphin browser.
When was the last time you looked at your browser’s features and compared it with other browsers? Me neither. That’s why I’m taking a look at all the latest updates – starting with Safari.
Diigo builds a browser for the iPad with the look and feel of Chrome and lots of Diigo functionality. What’s not to like?
Your browser is an important tool in your research toolbox. How well do you know yours?