The Notion Ink team has been working hard to ensure Adam's software is as innovative as the device. As it appears from the Week-End Special 11 post on Notion Ink's official blog, Notion Ink has succeeded in improving the web browser. Adam's web browser will support multi-touch, and will include a menu, accessible by doing a "2-finger drag up", which will make selecting, cropping, copying, and pasting text simple and effective. One will have the option of selecting multiple separate lines of text which he or she wishes to copy, rather than copying all the sentences in between the lines of text desired. Compared to all other Android browsers, this feature is an enormous improvement. If one has ever tried to select text on his or her Android phone, one understands what an annoyance this simple task can be. To copy text on all other Android browsers, one is forced to highlight the sentences he or she wishes to copy along with those lines of text that are not wanted, and then one has to remove the unneeded lines of text. Many times, one will be unsuccessful at coping what he or she wanted. This new selecting method should fix that issue, or at least we hope. In addition, the Adam browser is said to have beat all other Android browsers at tab switching.
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To read more about the browser, click here to visit the Week-End Special 11 post on Notion Ink's official blog