I noted a while ago that I would be making a few refinements to the way that the suggest tags feature works. This is just to belatedly note that the changes are now available in Yummy 2.2.0 and above. In the olden days I just used the iPhone standard “bookmark” icon which in my mind […]
Archive | May, 2009
Okay, so you’ve got Yummy, you’ve heard that the latest version allows you to post your bookmarks to Instapaper from Delicious for off-line reading but how do you do it? Quit Yummy Open the Settings application and select Yummy Enter your Instapaper username in the box at the top of the screen Back in Yummy […]
Back in February I documented how to publish a bookmark to Delicious using TwitterFon and Yummy. I’ll be the first to admit that it’s not a simple or convenient method — building your own program is not for everyone! Luckily if you use Twitterrific things just got easier. If you go into the Advanced Settings […]
A minor update to Yummy Browser, version 1.0.1, has just hit the App Store. This release includes all the bug fixes and security enhancements that made it into Yummy 2.2.1. The key changes that you’re likely to notice are: You will find that the Settings application no longer has an option to enter your password. […]
It’s been a long time coming, but version 2.2.1 of Yummy has finally hit the App Store. It contains only one fix: you can now use Instapaper accounts with a password set. It is a free download for all existing owners of Yummy.
I just read this post by PlanetBeing about Apple’s relationship with the jail-break and application cracking community. While I have some sympathy with his position I can’t wholeheartedly agree. There are rational reasons why developers and Apple might not support jail-breaking even if it does nothing to help extinguish piracy. Back in March when I […]