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Discussion in 'iPad' started by HappyDude20, Jun 9, 2010.
Or is having a bookmark within Safari itself more than enough?
iPhone, yes. iPad, no. I use the bookmark bar.
Bookmark bar is more than sufficient. Seems like it would be cumbersome to have to close safari to open a new website, especially ones I frequent a lot.
Google Chat, that's pretty much it
I have made a few of my favorite blogs. I figured out you can tweak the image to make a cool button by enlarging the screen image and moving it around. If they don't have an icon button installed then the button is just a screen shot of what is there when you click the add to homepage button. Only drawback is your page will open at that same magnetized place. For me it is a small price to pay for a cool button .
I have also done it for this site which has a favicon loaded, as do a few others... I like having certain sites extra handy.
This... I also am OCD enough that I need to keep my computer desktops clean, so that has translated into keeping my iPhone and iPad home screens fairly junk free.
bookmark bar here, unless the sign has a really cool logo
The moment I activated the bookmarks bar all was right in my world.
Once folders comes out with os 4, I would probably create a folder just for shortcuts
I use the bookmark bar too, but if it's a site I visit very often (facebook, macrumors, various forums) I'll just leave a tab open in safari.
I got macrumors, facebook, flikr and iplayer. All duplicated on my home screen and permanently out bookmarks bar.