Access has introduced its latest app for devices running the Android OS, a web browser called NetFront Life. This offers several unique features, like a scrapbook and tilt mode.
This company has been making web browsers for many years, but this is its first for Google’s operating system.
NetFront Life offers all the features users have come to expect from a modern browser, like bookmarks, tabs, and a browsing history. But it also has more.
Virtually all mobile browser give users a choice between portrait and landscape mode. Access’ new app offers these and a third option called tilt mode. This is intended to provide an optimal readability-lines ratio.
Another unique feature in NetFront Life is the touch-enabled scrapbook. Users can draw a circle around areas of web pages and save them for use later.
The browser also indudes checkmarks. These allow users to mark an area on a page that they can then easily find later on.
Other features include one-handed zoom and thumbnails of pages as they are downloading.
Pricing and Availability
The new NetFront Life browser from Access can be downloaded now in the Android Market. It is available for free.
This app requires a smartphone running Android OS 2.1 or higher.