Frameless enables full-screen browsing on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch

Frameless enables full-screen browsing on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch
Safari is a pretty slick browser, no doubt about it. But it doesn't necesarilly take the best advantage of all that screen space you have on your iPhone 6 Plus or iPad. This is where the Frameless browser steps in. It offers a simple browsing experience that trades fancy bells and whistles for filling your whole screen with precious website content. 

Getting in on it is pretty simple. Install the app from the App Store (it's free), open it, and you're greeted by the bare essentials of a web browser. If you want to Google or Bing or Yahoo something, you'll have to punch in the whole URL, which will probably alienate many of you from the get-go. But if you're willing to look past that, you're about to enjoy delightful full screen browsing. There's no address or status bar even - just the website itself. Talk about a browser that never gets in the way!

So how does navigation go? Just swipe left or right on the screen. But where are the multiple tabs, bookmarks, and other browser essentials you rightfully expect to see? Sorry, there are none. But you can bring up the address bar and keyboard anytime by tapping with three fingers.

Frameless probably won't replace your regular everyday browser, but for really focused, full-screen browsing, it's second to none. Get it from the App Store while it's hot!

Download Frameless on iOS

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