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Safe Browser 3.4 Update For iOS Is Here!

MOBICIPNEWS on May 07, 2013

The latest update of Mobicip's Safe Browser for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad is now available on the App Store. Unlock the App Store (Settings > General > Restrictions > Installing Apps > OFF) and download the 3.4 update.

Whats New In Version 3.4

Bookmark Folders
As many of you had indicated, organizing your bookmarks into folders was broken in the previous update. This issue has been resolved now. You should be able to organize your bookmarks in folders in the Safe Browser.
Press & Hold Navigation For History
The latest Safe Browser supports one more of Safari's subtle but useful features. Press and hold the forward or back button to pop-up the browsing history for that tab. Select the URL from the list to go to the website.
URL History Screenshot  URL History Screenshot

Enable / Disable Hotspot Mode
The Safe Browser detects WiFi hotspots automatically and allows you to login if required. Sometimes this feature gets triggered incorrectly and makes the browser unusable. With version 3.4, you can simply dismiss the hotspot mode and even turn off Hotspot Mode entirely.
Bug fixes in Open-in Feature
Open-in, a feature that allows you to open documents (PDF, DOC, PPT, etc.) in other apps, works much better now and supports all file formats.
Whitelist Networks (coming soon)
Does Mobicip conflict with your school's filter? A new feature allows Premium users to whitelist an entire network. Look out for a detailed announcement soon.

If you have any issues or concerns, please contact support. If you are happy with Mobicip, please leave a quick review in the Apple App Store or Google Play store. Your feedback and help is much appreciated!

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