Apple’s MobileMe service updates Web Apps


Apple updated MobileMe web apps this morning, mostly consisting of bug fixes. Among the most prominent fixes is the ability to be logged in for two weeks reliably and faster displaying of 1000+ address book contacts. There’s a full list below, or check the support article here. – r.




  • Searching for contacts in a large address book (more than 1000 contacts) is faster and no longer results in a “slow script” browser alert message
  • Exported vCards with multi-line addresses or notes can now be imported into the Mac OS X Address Book
  • Adds keyboard shortcut to create a new contact
  • Additional formatting options for European phone numbers are now supported


  • Adds sorting of To Do items by calendar or title
  • Long event titles now appear properly in Month view


  • Updated “Tell a friend” email message
  • Resolves an issue related to setting a new album’s key photo


  • Files and folder names that contain Japanese language characters now display properly on the web


  • Hosting of iWeb pages can be configured for personal domains ending in “.eu”, “.ax”, “.tl”, “.gw”, “.kp”, “.rs” or “.su”
  • Family Member accounts now display the accurate renewal/expiration date
  • Resolves an issue that prevented some members from using an activation key (MobileMe box) to renew a subscription


  • “Keep me logged in for two weeks” checkbox now works reliably

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