Yahoo’s Axis Web Browser for iPhone and iPad
A recent report came as a stunning surprise, which states that Yahoo has launched its own iOS web browser called Axis which will provide a crucial solution for syncing up bookmarks and browsing the web.
The main motive behind launching Yahoo Axis Web browser for iOS is to provide one-stop destination for search solution as it facilitates searching the web via their iPad, iPhone or PC and to resume that search from one device to another. In short, Axis Web browser facilitates multi-device connectivity. Finally Yahoo is back with a bang with a brilliant and dynamic feature.
Axis can be installed as a desktop browser extension on Safari, Chrome, or Firefox and keeps bookmarks synced up to the Axis iOS app. From the iOS app you can not only browse bookmarks from desktop or view any webpage of your choice but you can also make the most of Axis’ social features which will facilitate sharing webpages with Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest etc.
What’s worth admiring about Yahoo Axis iOS Web browser is that it will make you become street smart by bringing you the latest trends you are likely to search for.
In Engadget‘s opinion, “The desktop browser extension largely stays out of your way until you need it, although we’re surprised the social sharing elements are left out. On the mobile side, it’s effectively a full, tabbed web browser, and a fairly solid (if simple) one at that. Most of the advantage comes through having the deeper search options just a pull away.”
If you are keen in trying Yahoo Axis iOS Web browser then you can get it from App Store. Interestingly Google is also planning to jump in the fray with its “Chrome for iOS” app and that indicates that major tech- giants will be taking forward the competition to the next level.
According to The Verge, Yahoo Axis Web browser for iPad scores well for its speed and functionality. Where as on iPhone shows lack of responsiveness and speed.
With an extensive range of impressive features like tabbed browsing, bookmarking, video playback, integrated Twitter support, etc, Yahoo Axis iOS Web browser certainly gets early thumbs up.