Software Product Query (Twitterrific for iPad)

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Robert Schwalbe

06 Apr, 2011 09:12 PM

Does Twitterrific store cookies from websites that get visited (via Twitter URL's)?

If so, is there a way to purge them? What about if Xcode was involved, any way to purge the cookies then?

  1. 1 Posted by iconfactorysupp... on 15 Jul, 2011 08:19 PM

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    Hello Robert,

    We switched to a new technical support system. And a batch of email was discovered today. Sorry about the delay.

    We are using Apple's webkit for the in-app browser. The OS manage a lot of stuff behind the scene, some we don't even know how it work... and cookies is one of them.

    We have a Preference in the Setting App to "open link in Safari", that maybe the best route for your use. And not to use the in-app browser. Otherwise, delete and reinstall the App should clear the cookies.

    The Iconfactory, Inc.

  2. Gedeon closed this discussion on 15 Jul, 2011 08:21 PM.

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