I require a custom browser with some built in features that will enable me to move between bookmaker sites quickly and easily. There are a couple of these around at the moment but none of them fullfill all my requirements. You can see an approximation of my requirements by looking at these two sites: [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view] When engaged in sports arbitrage there are a couple of definite requirements: 1. The be able to access the bookmakers sites quickly 2. To be able to automatically login to those sites 3. To be able to find the required player and or event quickly 4. To be able to make the required bets quickly Vietgrity has a good search function which ArbSurfer doesn't have at all. This is a must requirement. But at the moment it doesn't have an auto-login function that seems to work. This is also a must. I like they way browsers already have the various sites loaded but I think the sites list should be based on user-input, allowing them to choose from a built in list. Vitegrity uses this system although it doesn't seem to work too well. There is a freet trial of Vitegrity so you can see exactly how it works. It doesn't look too great and although functioonality is more important that appearance, I think a nicer look helps the browsing experience. I have the feeling that one method may be to use Firefox as a basis and then build some Add-Ons. But then again I don't know much about browser coding. Let me know if you have any questions.
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