Skyfire – The Web2.0 Browser for Mobile Devices, Now Open to All
Skyfire, the browser for mobile devices, announced today that they are opening up registration of their free browser to all. The Skyfire mobile browser extends the PC Web to mobile phones so users can experience the mobile Web exactly like they do on their PCs.
The Skyfire mobile web2.0 browser supports full web PC browsing, including rich media content and supporting Ajax, Flash, Quicktime, Windows Media, and others. It can be considered as a full feature Internet browser on the mobile device. You can surf your favorite media rich sites such as MySpace, Facebook, YouTube, and ESPN as if you are surfing from PC. It is available on the Windows Mobile, Symbian S60.
Skyfire comes with a Super Bar, which makes it easier to find what you’re looking for, by combining URL and search entry in one bar – just like Google Chrome. It also features auto complete.
Skyfire lets you easily share your favorite web content with others. You can send any web page via text message to anyone in your address book or beyond.
It’s features include:
- Better video quality
- Ability to make Skyfire the default browser
- Faster launch and auto-reconnect
- Improved zooming
- Ability to download content
- In-line text entry
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