Torch Mobile Debuts Browser for Windows Mobile
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Feb 12, 2008, 7:07 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Torch Mobile announced the Iris browser, a mobile browser for Windows Mobile 6 smartphones. According to Torch, it is a small and fast browser that provides a "real web" experience. It has a virtual mouse that lets users navigate web pages quickly. It also lets you zoom in and out and pan around, as well as use multiple different types of input, including touch screens. It supports SSL for secure browsing and auto-rotates between landscape and portrait modes on devices with accelerometers. A free preview download is available immediately.
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Wow this is horrible!
If you want a free beta browser that's readily available (curse you Skyfire!), go down in the phonescoop news a little below this and download NetFront. That one is a million times better than this. I was going to pay for Opera Mini, but I actually like Netfront better than Opera. I can't wait to try Skyfire though that looks tight.
BTW, this is running on my Sprint Touch, so plenty of memory.
2 Browsers 4 Windows
First the Skyfire, and now this? How about a little something for Palm?! 🤨
In due time, my friend.
Before I download