Ok, for some strange reason, embedding the bookmarklet code into this post causes it to break. So, we’ll just link you to the Inventive Labs website, from which you can add the bookmarklet to your Safari browser.
My original post is lost, so rather than try and remember exactly what I wrote, here’s a quick rundown of what Tabulate does.
The iPhone Safari web browser is the singularly most enjoyable and intuitive application that I’ve ever used. But, does that close the door to improvement? No way. The browsing experience on the iPhone is great – new links open in separate windows and you can multi-task between the windows at the swipe of a finger. But, there’s no way to force an embedded link to open in the new windows (tab) or in the current window.
As I mentioned, since the bookmarklet seems to break this post when I embed it, I’ll just link to the Inventive Labs website. From there, simply drag the Tabulate bookmarklet to your Safari bookmarks bar, sync your iPhone (don’t forget to check the “Sync Safari Bookmarks” box in iTunes), and open up your iPhone’s Safari browser. Simple
We love the added functionality of the Tabulate bookmarlet. The only drawback is that the bookmarklet needs to be enabled for every new webpage – a slight annoyance, but worth definitely worth it. Props to the Inventive Labs coders!