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June 30, 2012

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Matthew D Easton

1) It's not the number one browser on iOS, it's the number one free app. Safari comes preloaded on iOS, so it's not included in those rankings. And just because people have downloaded it, doesn't mean they are using it. It's free. I downloaded it and I still prefer safari's smoother and more stable interface.

2). Apple already did "innovate" this feature into safari. They announced that it would be coming to safari in iOS 6 about a month ago.

I continue to watch your feed because occasionally there are useful "legal technology" tips, but the apple bashing is really getting old. When was the last time you wrote about Apple in a positive way? When was the last time you wrote about something google in a negative way? I think we all would enjoy your feed a lot more if it was a bit more objective and "legal technology" focused. Otherwise, call it what it is and change the name to "google fanboy blog".

Rick Georges

Matthew:
I make no bones about my love of Google products. If that makes me a fan boy, so be it. I get tired of the pro Apple slant of many blogs and comments. I am merely stating another point of view. If you are tired of my blog, may I suggest you unsubscribe and go to to a blog that agrees with you. You are certainly entitled to your opinion, as am I.

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