Archive | June, 2009

Yummy doesn’t save my password

In the past few weeks I have received a few emails and one review in the App Store saying some variation of “Yummy asks for my password every time I start it. How do I make it stop?” In fact, Yummy, does save your password, but there are two cases where it will ask for […]

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iPhone 3.0 Release Day

Many readers will already know that the new version of the iPhone operating system, 3.0, is scheduled to hit the wires later today. I’ve been using Yummy with the new iPhone OS for a while now. The last release of Yummy and Yummy Browser both included minor fixes to make them compatible with the new […]

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App Store Reviews — Help!

Reviews are an important part of the iPhone App Store. Since there is no way to download trial versions of software (other than with ‘lite’ versions), reviews are the only way to see what other people think without Googling or asking knowledgeable friends. What they are not, however, is a good way to complain about […]

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WWDC 2009

As some of you already know, next week is Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference, where Macintosh and iPhone developers gather to learn how to build better applications and all the exciting new technologies coming in new versions of their operating systems. Unfortunately I don’t have either the time or money to attend but I did […]

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Apple App Review

Apple App Review have posted a pretty thorough run-through of Yummy on YouTube: They cover pretty much all the important functionality. In fact about the only thing that they didn’t cover is the web preview, the tag view and the search functionality.

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Long Article Titles

One thing that has bothered me about Yummy for a while is the problem of very long article titles. Here’s what anonymous said about it on my UserVoice page: Bookmark or article titles on the web can be very long… the current default size for bookmarks is too big, making it quite hard to read […]

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