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Old January 4th, 2010, 11:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Talking MultiTouch Browser now ported to Droid

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Milestone multitouch browser ported to the Droid by a user-made patch (video) -- Engadget

So who's gonna try it first??!? Please post results!

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Edit: OOPS ... Looks like I'm late on the news. Credit to RobStemen for posting an awesome set of instructions! Follow the link below.

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There was a thread about this very subject but it got folded into this one Want the full 2.1 look on 2.01 - you're in luck!
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Old January 4th, 2010, 12:27 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thanks for the props! I've been using this for a little under a day now, and I love it! I thought that Dolphin was really unnatural, and it turned me off to pinch and zoom for a while and when I saw this, I was like, "Why not? I'll give it a shot!" The pinch to zoom is smooth, quick, and best of all, natural. Ever since the .05 update, it's recognized you as a mobile device, too. My only complaint (for those who haven't heard already) is that the text entry on full sites (the only ones where you HAVE to zoom in) is mind-bendingly slooooooooooooooow. I've gotten over it, however, since pinch and zoom on this thing is just that nice. I'm glad that everyone enjoys my instructions, and I hope that y'all have as much fun with this as I am!
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Originally Posted by RobStemen View Post
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I'm glad that everyone enjoys my instructions...
As asked in this post, I don't understand why more rooted DROID owners aren't taking advantage of apps like root explorer? I installed the multitouch browser in 4 easy steps.
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