Diigo iChromy for iPad + Angry Birds = Happy!
As much of a Mac fangrrl as I am, I've never been a Safari fan. I dunno why, it just never *felt* right. So it was Netscape...and then Firefox & Chrome. Of course the iPad only came with Safari so when I heard that
UPDATE! 6/29 I got an email from co-founder of Diigo with this exciting news!
FYI - we have just released a new update V1.1 in App Store, with more enhancements & fixes in response to many user suggestions. So in addition to tabs, offline browsing and fast speed, the new version now allows Incognito Mode, Find in Page, Photo Save, Quick Dial, and lots more. For the complete list of new update, please see http://bit.ly/ichromydiigo for more detail.
Also, I want to give you a heads up: our next version release will be a major one that includes integration of highlighter and annotation features, unique core services by Diigo. Stay tuned!
Best,Maggie Tsai --Diigo
In the meantime I got intrigued by the Mac v. of Chrome for my MacBook...and then..I'll admit, whilst shopping online, I saw an ad for my beloved Angry Birds game built inside the Chrome browser!
WHAT the WHAT!?? and then Oh Happy Happy!
New Chrome for Mac highlighted features:
Speed - Chrome is designed to be fast in every possible way: It's quick to start up from your desktop, loads web pages in a snap, and runs complex web applications fast. Learn more about Chrome and speed.
Simplicity - Chrome's browser window is streamlined, clean and simple. Chrome also includes features that are designed for efficiency and ease of use. For example, you can search and navigate from the same box, and arrange tabs however you wish — quickly and easily.
Security - Chrome is designed to keep you safer and more secure on the web with built-in malware and phishing protection, autoupdates to make sure the browser is up-to-date with the latest security updates, and more. Learn more about Chrome's security features. APPS-A-Go-Go! And more features: Chrome has many useful features built in, including translation in the browser, apps (Like Angry Birds!), extensions, themes, and more. Learn more about Chrome's newest and most-loved features. From the Why Chrome? Page
How much of a Google fan am I? I've mentioned before my 2004 Google App webpage (now visually embarrassing -but still geek street cred cool - designed for 640X480 screen! LOL) "Doing Backflips Over Google for Yahooligans" And now.... to show off my office decorations feat Google swag (or toys!) I give you this!
I always wonder what other peoples offices look like - well, this is mine which I share with my AWEsome assistant of near 20 years Mrs. Robin Black. (obviously.a.saint) See? My Google Neon Lamp, Google Lava (Motion) Lamp ($15.85 while supplies last) my fav Red Angry Bird, YouTube thermal mug ($12.05) which sadly doesn't fit under my Kerurig and other toys like my Torchwood Capt. Jack Harkness action figure. Now Google, don't think I'm sucking up to you! (however tempting that is!) Back in the day I used to be able to email a marketing guy at CDIGateway & share that I was doing a Google centric preso & they would overnight me swag! Ahh those were the days! Obviously, no longer!
Frankly I had SO many literary & library related toys & bobbleheads I had to make a display of them in my library display case! LOL
Google Chrome - Overview
iChromy is The Perfect iPad Web Browser for Google Chrome Users --By Killian Bell
iChromy: An Alternative iPad Browser With Chrome Envy
Free Angry Birds game | google.com Play Angry Birds with the new Chrome Web App - Exclusive levels!
Angry Birds gets a web version, coming to Chrome Web Store -- Engadget