The iOS 6 version of Apple's Safari browser takes a page--well, a tab, actually--from Google Chrome's playbook. Chrome users have long been able to save and sync bookmarks, extensions, apps, themes, and other preferences to a Google account. Mozilla's Firefox Sync provides similar functionality. Safari in iOS 6 uses iCloud Tabs to track which pages you're browsing. Say, for instance, you're using Safari on an iPhone at work. When you get home, you can pick up your iPad and resume where you left off. Safari in iOS 6 also supports full-screen browsing in landscape mode, and also saves full Web pages to your Reading List.
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