According to the team, the iPad offers the "best browsing experience on a tablet, but it's still miserable”.
"Forward" and "refresh" buttons are hidden next to the back button, while next to the 'Plus' button there are hidden "Share" and "Print" buttons.
The plus button allows you to go to new places. On top you have something that combines tabs with history – thumbnails that let you switch between the sites you’ve visited recently, but they are not exactly tabs.
Below are your favorite sites with each sites logo and below that is the usual URL bar, which you can use to open a new site.
On the technical side, Junior uses WebKit behind the scenes because 'Apple' doesn’t allow third-party HTML engines to run on the iPad. But that doesn’t matter really because 'Junior' is all about the user interface.