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Apple Allows 3rd Party Browsers in the App Store

TylerColfax
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Posted January 14, 2009 - By TylerColfax

Up to now, Apple's App Store has housed extra applications for the iPhone and iPod Touch that are open to any developer, but a breakthrough occurred recently allowing for completely new browsers to be posted and purchased.

There are a few that have been put up so far, but a lot of users are hoping the big guys like Opera and Firefox will get their shot at the iPhone's little handheld computer phone. Right now though, you can download Incognito which leaves no browser history, Webmate, which uses the now-standard tabs for browsing, and Shaking Web that uses a complex algorithm with the accelerometer to reduce the movement a user's shaky hand.

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