TeaShark Offers New Web Browser
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Mar 25, 2008, 9:04 AM by Eric M. Zeman
TeaShark is offering a beta version of its mobile browser for free. The browser is built off the same core as the S60 browser found on Nokia phones and has features such as tabbed browsing. When launched, TeaShark automatically re-opens your last browsing session, including all open tabs. Bookmarks can be tagged and grouped with colors, you can select and cut-and-paste text directly to search bars, as well as dial phone numbers from web pages. TeaShark will remember search queries and will auto-complete them when typed in the future. In order to use TeaShark, your phone must be Java MIDP 2.0 capable. It can be downloaded directly to your phone via the WAP site, or downloaded to a PC.
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I have a Katana II with Sprint, and live in a minimal service area. Teashark takes awhile longer to load pages, but once loaded it handles just like a regular page. Not watered down. Scrolling around the page is smooth, reminicent of the iPhone. I love how I can now do ebay, where as before my browser couldn't handle the page correctly.
So far so good, TeaShark!
It's not perfect, but it's better than my standard browser. (Netfront, I think...)
cant download for some reaason