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Big news! The preview beta build of Safari Queue for Android is now publicly available. All members of the Queue Google+ group are invited to install the app and give it a try! Details below.
Version 1.1 of Safari Queue is now available in the iTunes Store. We launched the app in late November, and we’re pleased to say that we’ve made a number of improvements in this first update. What’s new in this version? Version 1.1 of the Queue app includes the following new features and improvements: Highlighting! Highlights… Read more »
Safari native apps iOS: Safari Queue We’re looking to go from good to great on our iOS app, Safari Queue, by continuing active development to add the most-requested features. Thank you to everyone who has used, rated, and reviewed Queue, and look for continual updates in 2015. Android: Safari Queue Android users are encouraged to… Read more »
Yesterday, we posted about Safari Queue, our new iOS application. Fundamental to the app is the notion that it syncs with your “queue,” a feature that is part of new Safari. Queuing is integrated throughout the Safari experience, but it may not be clear exactly what it does. What is the queue? Why would you… Read more »
Safari Queue, the iOS companion app for Safari, is now available in iTunes. About Safari Queue 1.0 Our goal for the first release of Safari Queue was to provide a great experience for reading books and videos when offline — by far our most requested feature, difficult to provide in a standalone web application. Unlimited offline availability Queue places no limits… Read more »
New in Editorial & Discovery Editorial highlights include lots of resources for Swift, fresh for iOS8; Sean Ellis and Morgan Brown’s Growth Engines; Jason Gilmore’s Easy Active Record for Rails Developers and Film School in a Box. More than 250 new books were added to Safari in October. From Jason Santa Maria’s On Web Typography to a vast swathe of the Pragmatic Bookshelf catalog, we… Read more »
We’ve made quite a few changes lately to the search engine and interface on Safari Flow. These changes were motivated in no small part by the evolution of the application itself. When Flow launched last summer, it included a highly curated collection of approximately 250 books and videos, primarily aimed at web developers. We’ve more… Read more »
We’ve had lots of requests for offline reading in Safari Flow, and I’m excited to share that we’ve started development work on the native apps* that will offer offline first.
There’s a series of events to which any Java developer can relate: You’ve spent several minutes hacking on a piece of code and you are ready to test it out. You fire up an instance of your application, click the button you just added to the interface and BAM! NullPointerException! I haven’t sorted out exactly… Read more »