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Terra, which was already arguably the best browser for the iPad, just got infinitely better with Twitter and Facebook sharing, and Instapaper, Read it Later and Readability support.
I’ve been using Terra for months, and along with great tabs support, I’ve found it to be the fastest browser on the iPad by a far stretch – oh, and did I mention it’s completely free? That said, third party support has been noticeably lacking, but version 1.3 released this morning addresses that issue in spades.
Beyond the blazing speed of the browser, Terra is also a very stylish app, and as you can see below, the sharing button layout looks great. Just an absolutely essential addition to any iPad.
The one drawback is Safari on iOS has the privilege of being the iPhone’s default browser, which in turn means drawing you away from Terra when opening browser links from other applications.
Terra is developed by iOS Software House Readdle who have developed other popular iOS applications; PDF Expert for iPad, document reader ReaddleDocs and Scanner Pro, a chart topping business app in over 24 countries worldwide.
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