Speed is essential in today’s fast-paced world, and in regards to the web, the product that can allow the end-user to get the best results possible, in the least amount of time, will always win. Although Google Chrome has taken off as the fastest web-browser (and now most popular, over Internet Explorer even), Yahoo has just introduced to the world a brand new browsing experience. They call it, Axis.
Axis combines data from all elements of your browsing life, and integrates everything in sync throughout all of your mobile devices. Interestingly, Yahoo’s ads only mention the iPhone and iPad (along with the desktop, of course). With Axis, users will experience a hyper-accelerated experience in regards to web movement. I’m not talking about page loads, because this isn’t tested yet. Instead, I’m referring to how we move from place to place on the web. Axis takes navigation, favorites, and knowledge exploration to a pretty sweet level.
It’s been questioned as to how fast this will take off though. Chrome is incredibly popular recently, with a growing number of extensions to further customize and improve the experience for users. I can honestly say, however, that I’m excited to see Yahoo actually doing something for a change, and look forward to experimenting with this new innovation more in the coming days.
What do you think of Yahoo’s new creation? Does it look like something you’d like to try? You can learn more about Yahoo Axis directly from Yahoo, by visiting http://axis.yahoo.com