September 4, 2010

Vic Mahfood

Atomic Web Browser-Fullscreen Browser

COST: 99 cents
CATEGORIES: Browser, Entertainment, Native, Productivity, Utility
..UPDATED: 9/4/10, VERSION: 3.5 -- RATING: 4-1/2 Stars..

Developer Snapshot: "Atomic Web Browser is the most advanced and customizable fullscreen web browser to date."

We are fortunate to be able to have a variety of choices for browsers on desktop and on iPhone. You can switch and choose as you please. The only problem is finding the one that serves your needs best. Atomic Web Browser-FullScreen Browser is loaded with many features you want and need. You will enjoy useful features such as Adblock, Tabs, MultiTouch Gestures, User Agent Switcher, Passcode Lock, Facebook/Twitter integration, Save Page, and much more. There are so many cool features of Atomic Browser that only a few are listed here as follows:

Use the entire screen to display a webpage. You can add buttons for 14 different functions and also change the transparency.

The user can choose between desktop style tabs or a list view. Atomic Web Browser supports unlimited tabs.

The iPad version can adjust the screen brightness for night time viewing.

5 multi touch gestures are supported.

Save and fill out forms with the press of a button

Use this feature to find a word within a web page.

Atomic Web Browsers allows the font to be increased or decreased. Modified fonts can be stored for sub domains.

Bookmark scripts are basic JavaScript bookmarklets. They preform tasks like translate a webpage or lookup atracking number on UPS.

toggle this setting on/off to save bandwidth on image heavy webpages.

- PRIVATE MODE: [OFF by default]
Enabling private mode will stop the browser from remembering history and will clear all cookies on exit.

- PASSCODE LOCK: [OFF by default]
When passcode lock is enabled, a passcode will be required when the browser is launched

Share a link through Facebook, Twitter, or by E-mail.

You can setup Atomic Web Browser to launch all previously open tabs, the last viewed page or your home page.

This really heavy-duty, feature-laden iPhone browser impressed me, I'll admit. It works smoothly, and gives you all the capabilities of your desktop browser. Once you use it, chances are you may not want to go back to Safari. To upgrade your surfing and browsing habits, try Atomic Web Browser to experience true browser power.

--OS and Age Rating:  This app requires iOS 3.0 or later. You must be at least 17 years old to download this app due to:
* Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence
* Frequent/Intense Simulated Gambling
* Frequent/Intense Realistic Violence
* Frequent/Intense Profanity or Crude Humor
* Frequent/Intense Alcohol, Tobacco, or Drug Use or References
* Frequent/Intense Sexual Content or Nudity
* Frequent/Intense Horror/Fear Themes
* Frequent/Intense Mature/Suggestive Themes
--Tip/Tutorials: New in this update: autofill- To save a form field press the save button when the keyboard is appears. Press the fill button on the keyboard to automatically fill the form with the saved values.
--Device: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
--Languages: English
--Developer Link: Richard Trauvetter
--Twitter Link: @atomicwebbrowse
--Facebook Link: N/A

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