Atomic Web Browser Version 2.9 was just approved.

Enhancements:
- Option to automatically load the homepage in a newly created tab
- Option to load bookmarks in a specified folder on startup
- The current bookmark folder is remembered as long as the browser is not exited.
- Support for sites with invalid SSL certificates. A confirm dialog is now displayed
- Better error messages.
- Minor performance improvements and UI Changes

Bug Fixes:
- Rewrote history to fix bugs and make auto-suggestion of URLs more efficient.
- Fixed freeze
- Disabled gestures & long press when the keyboard is displayed
- Fixed issue where right area of address bar in landscape didn’t respond to touches
- Fixed issue with rotation lock in landscape mode and passcode lock is enabled affected(iPhone/iPod).
- Changed URL for shortening links in Twitter. (Tr.im stopped accepting new links)
- Minor bug fixes

Version 3.0 is currently in development. Some of the changes include a Bookmark Bar for iPad users and a revamped UI for iPhone/iPad.

  1. 4 Responses to “Atomic Web Browser V2.9 Approved”

  2. Great browser, i make a review for spanish people:

    http://www.theipadweblog.com/review-atomic-web-browser/

    4/5

    By FoxxMulder on May 16, 2010


  3. I’m not sure where to post this, but I’m wondering if it is normal for the browser to come up with the black theme regardless of my settings. It always starts black and then switches to the color I have chosen in settings.

    By Allen on May 18, 2010


  4. This is correct. The browser won’t switch themes until it is completely loaded.

    By Richard on May 18, 2010


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