I haven't tried the Advanced Browser since everything I've read about it has been mediocre at best. Sad that the app store/os was killed so soon, if it was given more time I feel it could have really been something nice.This. Advanced browser helps but doesn't help the very small rendering issues.
The app store pretty much died the moment HP bungled the announcement.
Overall a nice upgrade, I shall be installing post-haste.HP Blog said:A new over-the-air update for HP TouchPad is now available. (For details about how over-the-air updates work, click here.)Some of the new functionality you'll find in the new update include:
In addition to new features, you'll also experience better performance, user interface improvements, and other enhancements such as support for accelerometer events in Adobe Flash Player, and more robust Skype video calling.
- A new Camera app for photos and video
- The ability to pair non-webOS phones to your TouchPad, so you can answer calls on your TouchPad. Pairing with non-webOS Bluetooth keyboards has also been streamlined.
- Support for OGG Vorbis music files
- Online/offline messaging status support.
I am now running a stock 3.0.4 instead of the overclocked 3.0.2 and like it more. Battery life for me has been about the same.I just updated it to 3.0.4 and it seems to be as quick as an overclocked 3.0.2 (with the 1.5 GHZ kernel). I have heard that battery life has been impacted someone (even at 1.2 GHZ?!). Can somebody confirm that? Now I'm just waiting for the patches to be re-released. All that is missing now is a PDF Annotation app!! That would be something spectacular on WebOS. Switching between windows or "cards" seems to be catching on now!