By Diigo Inc.
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Diigo browser (formerly iChromy) brings the best of Chrome’s interface,speed and Diigo's web annotation service to the iPad.
1. Tabs on Top
It’s very easy to open, switch and close tabs.
Type search keywords or URL in one box.
3. Extra space for the web content
The address bar will be hidden automatically when you scroll down the page, so you get the the extra space for web content. To show the address bar, just tap the tab again.
4. Read later and Reading list (Offline reading)
One click to save a page to reading list, so you can view them offline. One click to remove a page from the reading list. It’s fast to get pages in and out.
5. Share to different places
Share the page to Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, Diigo, Instapaper etc.
6. Context search
Search from context menu directly.
7. Open link in new tab
Long press a link and choose different open options.
1) Incognito Mode
2) Clear password
3) Clear history
4) Clear Cookie
1) Find in page
2) Remember password
3) Quick Dial in new tap to help you access most
visited sites quickly.
4) Add .com, .edu, .gov, .net in the Omnibox
5) Save pictures to Photo App
6) More accurate URL suggestion in address bar
7) Tap status bar to scroll pages to top
1) More stable
2) Recover tabs after the browser crashes
1) Identify iChromy as desktop browsers to access
2) Keep the address bar when you scroll the page
3) Always open link in background tab
Follow us on Twitter: @diigo_browser
What's New in Version 5.13
fix bug about crash
Best tool for online research
This tool takes bookmarking to a new level by allowing you to save multiple highlighted areas on a web page along with your own annotations and notes. Both the original bookmark and a bookmark to the page with your annotations are saved. You have the ability to organize by tag or list, and there are tools to send your annotations by email (to a blog, for instance).
This is an essential tool for anyone who collects info from webpages for research.
Just what I needed.
I couldn't view my test scores for the JLPT with safari. I could've just waited to use the computers at school but I really wanted to know. I found diigo on google and gave it a go. I selected "identify as Firefox" and it worked perfectly. I still use it all the time for looking at non-mobile versions of websites. I'm glad I got it. I highly recommend it.
Still very buggy
When I try to tag URLs in the Diigo browser, an empty white window pops up. I can't type a name or select tags from my library. The window can't be dismissed, so it effectively freezes the app.
My solution: open the page in Safari, email the URL to myself, open the page on my laptop, and tag the page using Diigo add-ins for my desktop browser.
My Diigo library is important for my work, and using the buggy iOS version of the Diigo browser is a major inconvenience.
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- Category: Utilities
- Updated: Dec 19, 2014
- Version: 5.13
- Size: 19.3 MB
- Languages: English, Basque, Chinese, Dutch, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Simplified Chinese, Vietnamese
- Seller: Diigo
- © Diigo Inc.
Compatibility: Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5.
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