How good is the new Axis browser from Yahoo?
riffin 1 year ago
Yahoo just launched a new browser for iOS devices. I have to confess that I didn't see that one coming, as I had no clue that Yahoo was in the browser business. So after getting over the Germany/Italy/Japan in WWII name choice, has anyone actually tried it? Does it bring anything new to the game?
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