Skyfire for Android version 3.2, available in the Android Market, makes some improvements on the previous version while stamping out some bugs. A handful of new features are included in the alternative browser, including the addition of a OneTouch Search box to the toolbar, expanded support for embedded media playback, faster start-up actions, and improved stability. The update is free and requires Android version 2.0 and up.
Does either Google or T-Mobile hide applications if it thinks we can't run them? I can't find it by searching in the "market", and the the link from the Skyfire website results in "the requested item could not be found".
I would not be surprised if my cheapo Comet works poorly, but I couldn't get older versions either, even though I was able to manually download and use them from a 3rd party website.
I just updated. I only use skyfire to watch flash videos. The browser is to slow and buggy for me. On youtube skyfire all videos download full screen. That is cool. Also, I used the market to update skyfire.