Non-Safari Browsers for iPhone

Via MobileCrunch, news that Apple may no longer be blocking developers whose offerings are too similar to those of Apple, or, in their words, “duplicate functionality.” This may be changing, as in the last day there are now alternate web browsers ranging from free to $1.99.

The Edge Browser promises, “See your web page or web app in a full screen Safari Browser. No loss of screen real estate to the address or navigation bars.” What you get when you download is what looks like an iTunes ad. Which is whatever. The other browsers cost money and therefore remain uninvestigated.


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