The new iLunascape browser has been specifically designed for browsing on Apples new iPad and has been created to keep all your browsing functions at a finger or thumbs reach.
Designed by Lunascape, the Japanese Web browser company that boasts the world’s only “triple engine browser,” has now released a version for the iPad.
The iLunscape design takes into account how people hold and interact with their iPads by moving most of you browsing controls to the bottom. Together with tabbed browsing, that is common in standard desktop browsers but not so in mobile-device browsers.
For more information check out the in-depth review over at i4U giving the app a 9 out of 10.
Via i4UFiled Under: Apple, Apple iPad, Design News