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A few weeks ago I tested Mercury Web Browser Pro for iPad, which in my first impressions didn’t do so well. I went out again and had a look at a few more browsers, and this week’s choice is iCab. And at a price twice the cost of Mercury (£1.19 to be exact).

At first run I tried to use my company internal websites to see if I could work with them, since Mercury had a problem with popups. Well, the first time I tried my pages everything seemed to work fine, however on second try the next day they would not. Really annoying. I have been playing with the settings, even cleared the cache and uninstalled and reinstalled the app, but no joy. A real shame!

So, now that we established that the app failed at the most critical task for me (I know, it is a really trivial thing, pop-ups, but because this is how the in-house system works it therefore means that I won’t be able to use iCab for work) let’s have a look in more detail and see if iCab can redeem itself (also, screenshots after the break)…

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Web Design, Web development

The new Visit Essex website has been put live today!

The website was designed and built by Severine Perherin, and features a lot of new content and is based on NVG‘s new modular CMS Pro and features a host of new options and modules to maintain and update the site, from dynamic tabbers, accordions, content-managed slideshows, live availability information and more.

The site also has some lovely imagery, so it is definelty worth having a look!

Click here to visit the new Visit Essex website

Good times 🙂

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