iChromy – the excellent Chrome-style browser app for the iPad – has been renamed, to Diigo Browser.
The app is part of Diigo Inc., the online bookmarking and information management service. The name change is part of an update to 2.0 for the app. Here’s the short change list for the update:
1) iChromy is renamed as Diigo Browser
2) Annotation feature is added to this version.
I think the old name was much better for this app, as for me at least the main attraction of it is the Chrome-style browser, not the new annotation abilities or links to Diigo. In any case this is still a very nice alternative browser for the iPad if you’re a fan of Chrome on the desktop.
Here’s an App Store link for Diigo Browser; it’s a free app.
iChromy – the Chrome-style browser for the iPad – has had a recent update, to Version 1.1. One of the notable additions is that it now offers more privacy when browsing, through a new ‘Incognito Mode’. It’s even got a slick dodgy looking spy guy icon that shows when you turn this new mode on.
This update brings a wealth of other new features and enhancements as well. Here’s the full change list:
★ More privacy
1) Incognito Mode
2) Clear password
3) Clear history
4) Clear Cookie
1) Find in page
2) Remember password
3) Quick Dial in new tap to help you access most
visited sites quickly.
4) Add .com, .edu, .gov, .net in the Omnibox
5) Save pictures to Photo App
6) More accurate URL suggestion in address bar
7) Tap status bar to scroll pages to top