Apple vs. Google: Looking for Anything to Fuel the Fire
So there’s another conspiracy theory making the rounds that Apple removed the Google button from Safari Search interface in iPhone OS 4 SDK. Man, talk about looking for anything to fuel the fire. Not only does the placeholder text for the search field still say “Google”, but if you start entering in keywords, you get Google Suggestions. Funny how this search state isn’t used in the controversial article.
We design the (product launch) keynotes so that the big reveal of the product happens around 40 minutes into the presentation. When the big image of the product appears on screen, we want the time shown to be close to the actual time on the audience’s watches…
This free app helps you sketch out ideas, annotate photographs, extract color themes from photographs, and more. Sketches created in Adobe Ideas can be emailed as a PDF for editing in Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop or viewing with any PDF viewer.
Pretty cool to see Adobe testing the waters of a content creation app on the iPad. Sure, there’s Photoshop.com Mobile for iPhone but that app really just allows you to edit your photos not create new content from a blank canvas.
I’m probably supposed to keep this secret and build everyone’s anticipation to hype this up. Oh well. Maybe I’ll do that for the Instapaper edition for Apple’s next revolutionary computing platform.
First: Instapaper is definitely coming to iPad.
Second: Instapaper is coming to iPad very soon. Possibly even on day one — yes, I’m going for it — but that’s optimistic.
Marco is definitely a developer’s developer. I was perfectly satisfied with the free version of Instapaper but was compelled to buy the Pro version just to show my support. It’s great news to hear he’s going to release a universal iPad version right away. I enjoy reading his posts about development and my favorite meta thing to do is to save his longer posts to read later in Instapaper. It’s silly but I get a kick out of it every time.