New Concept For Hardcore Browsing – Introducing Dual Screen Browser For Honeycomb
It is funny how a simple concept such as browsing in a tab can be taken to be so much closer to the laptop experience. You are likely used to using several windows opened at thr same time on your PC and your internet browser is likely one of your top choices to do this on. Well, thanks to a thread started by XDA member indie13, now you can do the same on your favorite Honeycomb tablet. This browser, as its name suggests, will allow you to browse on to windows simultaneously just like on your desktop. Just think about it, no more switching tabs if you are comparing things. There are things that are being tested right now such as video playback from sites like Youtube and others.
The app seems to be in beta and needs quite a bit of work on several areas, but it is a concept that mobile users likely miss from their home computers. Please take this app for a spin on your favorite tab and leave some feedback.
Dual Screen Browser for Honeycomb is an Web browser application that has two browser windows
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