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    Here is a 153 of the 200 iOS5 changes
    IOS Changelog
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    Quote Originally Posted by sinsin07 View Post
    Here is a 153 of the 200 iOS5 changes
    IOS Changelog
    I like how he speaks on behalf of others:

    First of all, Apple really ****ed off many people out there including developers and RIM
    Has RIM publicly said anything about iMessage yet? Does anyone really realize what iMessage is? It's not exactly the same as BBM.

    People like Instapaper might also be sad with the info.
    Straight from Marco: What Safari's Reading List means for Instapaper — Marco.org

    Other than that bit, the changelog is a good one.
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    That is a good list, summarizing the dozens of blogs. I think that these are notable:

    3. PC Free Activation.
    4. Notifications Center
    5. Quick Camera launch from Lockscreen
    9. iMessage
    19.You can choose what applications to be included in Notifications Center
    22.The Usage screen now shows how much of the memory is consumed by each app.
    23. Wireless iTunes Sync
    27. Ability to add custom vibrations for each contact.
    29. LED Flash for Alerts
    34. Twitter integration
    40. Ability to enable Read Receipts
    46. Toggle ON or OFF for Automatic Downloads.
    49. Purchase History in App Store.
    50. Individually delete entries from the call history.
    52. Take pictures using Volume button
    57. Rich Text Editing in mail
    61. You can set custom vibration tones for each contact.
    76. Reading list in Safari
    77. Tabbed browsing in Safari on iPad
    79. Split Keyboard on iPad
    86. iCloud Sync and Backup
    89. Location Based Reminders
    90. Calendar now lets you navigate from day to day by swiping.
    99. Multitasking Gestures in iPad. Use four or five fingers, swipe up to reveal the multitasking bar, pinch to return to the Home screen, and swipe left or right to switch between apps.
    142. Native 1080p video playback in iPad 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by barkerja View Post
    Straight from Marco: What Safari's Reading List means for Instapaper — Marco.org

    Other than that bit, the changelog is a good one.
    I love Instapaper. Along with Reeder, it's probably my absolute killer app on iOS -- I pull my iPhone out at least 10 times a day because of it. I recommend Instapaper to anyone who has even the most passing interest in reading web content.

    But I think Marco is being too optimistic on the effect Reading List will have on his business. If Reading List works well (and I can't imagine how Apple could mess up this type of feature), I'll probably still keep using Instapaper, but I'm not sure if I would recommend it over Reading List unless I know they need integration with other apps that access Instapaper's API.
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