uSurf launched around a year ago and it has grown so much in the year it has been out. For uSurfs 1st birthday I thought I would give it a big update with some great new features. uSurf and uApps have grown a great deal within this year and even though there has been some great updates and I would like to thank you for downloading. There will be plenty of more updates coming. uSurf 4 comes with a pretty big changelog:
Time for some upgrades…
Added new icons for various things around the app!
Added full screen browsing to iPhone in Landscape Mode!
Added Option For Full Screen Browsing on iPad (Landscape)!
Added buttons in views for split screen users(finally).
Starting to incorporate 3D Touch (iPhone 6S/6S+)
Added the ability to have a home page
Added some neat little animations with our new features!(This actually took a lot of time so I wanted to make it known)
For iPhone 6 and higher there is a new share sheet!
Fixed animations with share sheet!
Fixed issues with the right URL Bar…
Fixed issues with the setting layout (iPhone 4 and 5)
The snow will be sticking around for now!
Thanks for using uSurf for an entire year and I will see you all with the next update.
uSurf 3.1 is finally here with some much needed improvements and some new features.
-Added Color Themes To iPad!
-Added Gesture Recognizer Indicator When Navigating with gestures
-Removed Gestures For Split Screen
-Added It So You Can Delete Certain History Items
-Added alert that will not allow split screen with iPad in Landscape
-Fixed Issues with iPhone Theme and Adding Bookmark View
-Fixed Issue with split screen http:// input
-Fixed Issue with autolayout and Bookmark adder
-Fixed issue where the blur effect didn’t go over the toolbar
-Multiple small UI Fixes
-Fixed issue where deleted tabs / bookmarks came back…
That’s all for now. A new update will be coming along shortly!
The iPhone 5s launched this morning and I was lucky to to get my hands on the device so I thought it would be a good idea to share some first impressions! Design
The design of the 5s is almost exactly the same. The only changes is the space gray in replacement of the back and addition of gold. The home button is yes changed to a circle where the fingerprint scanner or Touch ID is. Overall the space gray is very nice and it was the model I wanted.
The software of iOS 7 is 64bit for the iPhone 5s and trust me you can tell. With the advanced processor it flies running software better than ever before. As for iOS itself I love 7 and just not the safari icon.
The hardware is what this model is all about. The hardware of the 5s is what the phone is all about. The biggest change – Touch ID actually works very well if you calibrate it correctly. It recognizes mine and only mine so in terms of security it’s your best option – of course you also need a passcode with it. The processor is blazing fast and while apps right now don’t take advantage of the system’s 64 bit system but when they do it will be amazing. For the motion sensor I don’t know about it yet I haven’t tested it.
I cannot tell because I haven’t used it normally but I would say an improvement over the iPhone 5.
All iPhone 5 accessories work with the iPhone 5s. This year Apple gave us back the dock connector and even a bunch of leather cases, I got the red one which is pictured above. Overall the case is great to the touch and looks very nice I recommend getting one for an iPhone 5 or 5s because it fits both… Also it has an Apple logo!
Those are just some quick impressions. Were you able to grab an iPhone 5s today?
Today marks the launch of the iPhone 5s and 5c. I am waiting in line like a lot of people to get my hands on the new device. My iOS 7 review will come either today or tomorrow depending on the phone because thats what I am going to use to review the OS. Happy launch day