Browsing internet from web enabled phones or sending emails on the fly has leapt to new heights with the invention of iPhone. Both these things are linked with some common extensions (.com, .net, .org, .edu)

Most of us are used to the ‘Ctrl+Enter’ feature to complete web addresses on conventional laptop/desktop browsers and feel handicapped for not finding the same on smart phones. Safari browser on an iPhone lets you hold the .com button to pop up the remaining extensions (.net, .org) to pick from.


Similarly, when you hold the dot button in the email app, it will show the .com option. Simple and easy.


It sure is a dot com era and the iPhone is gleaming in the same!!!