It’s fast, it’s easy to customise, and it makes reading content easy… Rockmelt might just be your new favourite browser.
Goes against many of your natural inclinations when it comes to iPhone navigation, but some will love its power to dish up bite-sized news.
Turning news into a quick catch up format is appealing, but without personalisation, Circa’s not there yet.
Despite Goldfinch’s article suggestions being pretty accurate, the lack of offline reading and inability to save browser links for later mean we’ll pass for now.
It’s got some nice ideas, but Trapit doesn’t feel like it’s actually helping; it feels like too much effort for what it’s supposed to do.
Relevance fails in too many areas to be recommended. We could forgive its limitations if it worked well or was fun to use. Neither is true.
Not actively bad, but not good enough, either. You’d be better off with Flipboard, The Early Edition or Reeder, instead.
A new way of experiencing video that’s capable of an astonishing level of immersion. The iPad was made for apps like this!