- Apr 2, 2007
- No, sleep, till, BROOKLYN
- 11 Xterra Pro-4x, 12 'stang GT
No, like Safari, only the default Mail app will launch.
On another topic, the filters and photo editing features of iOS 8 are awesome, I very much don't see the need of using third party software to edit my photos. The Chrome film-simulation filter is especially well done.
Yeah...and another location that I'm not getting service. Sam's Club...and in there I saw "gprs" on my phone...never seen that before
Google apps have the ability to open stuff in Chrome right away so there is an API at least for browsers.
Google search in Safari will even open location results in Google Maps, which is nice. I am really annoyed with how Google Hangouts now prompts you to download Chrome every time you click a link. I haven't done it yet, and I'm not going to, so stop bothering me.
It dumped me a mile away from where I was going more than once before so I'm sticking with Google Maps... Also Google is way better at traffic.The only reason to not use Maps these days is if you need public transport routes, which it still doesn't have.
After a week and change with the 6 plus, I'm really getting used to it. The size feels completely normal to me now. I'm pretty sure I would've regretted going with the normal 6.
And a local trucking company's garage is STILL called "Fish market and ice bar" which it has been since day one. :lol: I've submitted several bug reports.
I still think the normal 6 is hugeThat effect only gets better when picking up a 3.5" - 4.0" phone. They feel tiny :lol:
I ran into that feeling after using a 5.0" Android phone for a while. Now after the 5.5" iPhone the 5.0" phone seems small, particularly because some of the screen real estate in the Android phone was being used for the capacitive buttons.