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    Hi all,

    FYI....When people ask why it's called webOS....this is one of the many reasons.

    Take care,

    Jay

    Monday March 28, 2011
    Complete Browser for WebOS Gives Palm Users an Alternative Web Browser

    Complete Browser for WebOS Gives Palm Users an Alternative Web Browser - AppScout

    If you're hanging on to your Palm Pre or Palm Pixi and you're holding out hope for HP's recently announced line of WebOS smartphones and tablets, the Complete Browser is a great example of how the application development community hasn't completely abandoned WebOS, even though it might seem that way to users in many cases.

    Complete Browser brings a more richly-featured and desktop-like browsing experience to your WebOS phone, including tabs at the top of the display, private browsing mode, and easier control over the app's preferences, stored information, and browsing data.

    The best thing about Complete Browser is that it brings a number of features to Web browsing on WebOS that other smartphone platforms have been rolling in over the past months and years. Even though it would be difficult to say that Complete Browser fits in well with WebOS, it does add tabs, a URL bar plus search bar at the top of the window, and full navigation controls at the bottom of the browser window.

    The Google search box at the upper right corner of the window is anonymized, so if you're concerned about privacy or don't want all of your mobile searches immediately saved in your Google search history, you can trust that your searches aren't saved when you use it. Additionally, Complete Browser was built with privacy in mind, so you can easily toggle private mode so your history and browsing data aren't stored after your browsing session is over.

    If you forget to enable it, or you just like the convenience of saved passwords and a history to look through, but eventually you want to clean things up, Complete Browser gives you easy access to its stored data. With a few taps you can look through your browsing history and saved information, or wipe it all away quickly and not look back.

    If you're looking for a browser alternative to the stock WebOS Web browser, this is it. Complete Browser builds on top of the existing browser core, but the fact that it adds tabbed browsing and powerful privacy features makes it worth a look. Complete Browser is $0.99 in the App Catalog, and is available now.
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    The news was on P/C on March 18th , after that we got universal browser, and then the guy who made universla browser, got hired by H/P
    If this helped you hit thanks.
  3.    #3  
    Hi,

    1. Glad to hear it!

    2. I'm also glad to see that webOS is getting recognition for being designed specifically for use on the web....of all the praise heaped on webOS...the reviews ALWAYS mention how easily and seamlessly webOS works online...

    Take care,

    Jay
    Please Support Research into Fibromyalgia, Chronic Pain and Spinal Injuries. If You Suffer from These, Consider Joining or Better Yet Forming a Support Group. No One Should Suffer from the Burden of Chronic Pain, Jay M. S. Founder, Leesburg Fibromyalgia/Resources Group

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