Skyfire Launches New Mobile Browser
Jan 28, 2008, 7:00 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Skyfire announced its new mobile web browser for smartphones. Skyfire differs itself from existing mobile browsers by providing a full desktop-like experience on a smartphone. It can interact with any web site using any web technology, and it fully supports Flash, Ajax, Java and other web technologies. Similar to Palm's Blazer browser, it uses a proxy to format web pages, but it works far faster and renders full web pages as they appear on the desktop. Skyfire is releasing a free beta version of the browser for Windows Mobile devices, and will make a version for Symbian and other platforms available in the coming months.
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I signed up for this weeks ago.
I want it NOW!
Can't Wait though it looks sweet! YouTube with out having crappy media players.
I also got to see the way the Flash support works. They surfed to a kids site that had tons of animation. All of it worked f...
Skyfire and Orb
Today I run Orb on my HTC Touch and my LG Muziq. I'm also slinging my Slingbox Pro to my HTC Touch. If any of you know of any other cool media apps I might be interested in I'd sure like to hear from you.
Skyfire and Opera Mobile
I am currently running the HTC Touch on Sprint EVDO service which doesn't have a hardware based qwerty keyboard. I thought I had read somewhere that the hardware based qwerty keyboard would be an initial requirement of the Skyfire browser. But just to be safe I still signed up for the beta.
I've also spun over to the Opera website to see if in response to Skyfire they've started giving away their Opera Mobile (not Opera...
Anyway, I've signed up for it. We'll see what happens.