So there has been a lot of inactivity on this page. Here are the reasons why this inactivity is happening. We have been working on a lot of exciting new things for new platforms. Platforms like Android and iOS. We are working on spreading our reach to people who primarily use their cellphone. Today, every other person we see has a smartphone. Then why not create apps for the smartphone world?
We are porting Adair Corporation from ‘Exclusively for Windows’ to developing applications for Windows, iOS & Android.
Some applications like Vault, Lucid are already in progress. Along with that there is a really huge project – Flux Operating System going on.
We just wanted to let you know that a lot of things are going around under the hood and they are soon going to be open to you to use them. We are developing them for YOU. It’s going to be there. In your pockets, on your laptops. Thank You for the support this far and we hope this continues. There is inactivity on the blogs, on the social media – It’s a bad thing, acknowledged. But the inactivity is going to be killed soon. With a headshot. We’re taking the aim.
Shrtnr is the new way to shorten your URLs, right from your desktop. Uses tinyURL service to shorten messy links in less then 22 characters.
Supports any valid URL.
Update 2.0 includes;
- Better UI
- Lighter, less delay.
- Button added to shorten new URL [No need to close and start again]
Highly recommended: Pin it to your taskbar.
FLUX OPERATING SYSTEM IS UNDER HEAVY DEVELOPMENT
Flux means smooth continuous movement.. really fluid. That’s how our OS is actually is going to be like! Super smooth, easy to use and an amazing user experience.
We are working on making the OS better everyday, but this is going to take time.
The best thing is that the OS is going to be absolutely free of cost.
Stay tuned for more news regarding Flux!
Adair 7.2 Experimental Pre-Alpha is now Available to download in the Dev Center for download. It is using the Open Source Chromium Engine and scores a fabulous 433 in HTML5. It is the experimental build, and lacks too many features. What is done is only embedding the engine into the browser – so calm down gentlemen.
…and it’s under heavy development. The test shows it’s being run using Chrome Nightly as the useragent has not been yet written and also of the engine it uses.
It’s been a while. We got many feedbacks on facebook and on our e-mails that the names are clashing and it’s a bit confusing. Well, we felt that way too. The name of the company used to clash with the name of the browser. Adair Corporation. and Adair Web Browser. We thought of a name. A modern, easy name. Which is native to you. Native.
Adair Web Browser is officially now known as “Native”. However, the versions of the web browser won’t get affected. Native 7.1 is expected to be released on the 14th of November, 2012 / If there is a delay – 15th of November is the day then.