Archive | March, 2010

Yummy 2.4: Yahoo! ID Login

Not a new feature, but I thought it was worth mentioning again: Yummy is still the only delicious.com client on the iPhone to support accounts that require your Yahoo! ID to log in. If you want more information look here for the FAQ or check out this video that shows it in action. Also, just […]

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Yummy 2.4 new feature: Enhanced Web View

Yummy has had a built-in web preview feature since version 2.0, but version 2.4 brings a number of nice improvements. Most obviously is the new array of buttons at the bottom of the screen. I’m sure you can guess the back, forward and stop/reload buttons. The buttons on the right of the screen can also […]

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Yummy 2.4 new feature: Post to Twitter

I can tell what you’re thinking. Yes, Yummy has been able to send links to Twitter for over a year. Since version 2.0 the “Send to Twitter” button has closed down Yummy and opened one of a long list of Twitter clients. While that option is still present, Yummy 2.4 includes a much better option: […]

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Yummy 2.4

I’m pleased to announce that Yummy 2.4 hit the App Store over the weekend and so should be available to download now. The main new features are: Post link to Facebook Post link to Twitter using a built-in Twitter client View your Tag Bundles Improved tag editing screen, including access to Recommended, Popular and your […]

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Bookmark Sync and Yummy

After a hard couple of days it was nice to stumble across this discussion of synchronising bookmarks between computers, which includes a discussion of Yummy: “Instead, I chose Yummy. There are free and pro versions of Yummy, but even the free version (called Yummy Browser) has more features and a better user interface than most paid alternatives. […]

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Roadmap (Early 2010)

Since there has been little visible activity here for the last month or two, I thought it might be a good time to let you know what’s happening with Yummy and where things are heading. In short the next version is nearing completion and I hope to send it to Apple in the next couple […]

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