Atomic Web Browser on iPad (and comparison to Safari) [video]

Updated on 21 April 2010 by

photo Have a look at the awesome Atomic web browser for the iPhone and iPad. The app costs 99 cents in the app store and it’s a universal app, meaning you pay for it once and you get the iPhone and the iPad version. While the browser has a lot of great features, such as easy user agent spoofing, the feature that I like the most is the way that it handles tabs. It’s much faster and much more intuitive than Safari. Atomic web has become my new browser on my iPhone and iPad. Very much worth the 99 cent asking price.

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. gmich says:

    Ben,

    Appreciate the tip. I downloaded and tried Atomic out last night on my iPad. I love the features–including the easy full screen option–but I find it to be much slower loading pages than Safari. Are you noticing that?

  2. Ben says:

    It uses the same rendering engine as Safari, it should load pages at exactly the same speed as far as I know.

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