John Brayton of Golden Hill Software has a new app out that creates site-specific browsers for your iPhone or iPad. Marcato is simple to use and provides some easy-to-understand options so that you know just how your new browser will perform. John explains why you might want a site-specific browser, how it works, and why he provided you with some templates to get you started.
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John Brayton is the developer of CloudPull, a Mac app that backs up your Google account to your Mac. CloudPull backs up Gmail, Google Contacts, Google Calendar, Google Drive, and Google Reader. John is on Twitter and on App.net.
CloudPull by Golden Hill Software