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The Australian contextual search/recommendation startup has released an iPhone app.
We covered Posse last year, and its biggest problem still remains. To hit critical mass within social circles to make its recommendations authoritative.
Just yourself and two mates recommending pubs is not likely to stack up against Yelp or Google ratings.
Here is the first WebKit based release of Opera. And despite my misgivings over a WebKit monoculture, this app impresses.
As usual for Opera, it seems as though the little touches and polish is what makes it special. The glee when I discovered the patent-sidestepping arrow that appears on the right hand side when you throw a page up and down is one such example.
I haven't used this app long or hard enough to see if it suffers from Chrome's crash-tastic nature, or Firefox's crippling CPU chewing, but it is the new leader in the race to replace Chrome as my default Android browser.
ABC Vegie Guide
Over at App Wrap central, which lies in inner Sydney, the person responsible for tending to the food-bearing plants has a roughly 1:5 win-loss ratio when it comes to being able to harvest food and herbs from the garden.
There's no doubt that this app from Gardening Australia will be finding its way into weekend gardening activities.