Skyfire Now Supports VGA Displays
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Dec 9, 2008, 8:26 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Skyfire announced the latest update of its beta mobile Web browser, Skyfire .85. The improved iteration of Skyfire .85 is the first to support phones with VGA displays, such as the HTC Touch. Users interested in downloading it are no longer required to register in order to get the file. Skyfire for Symbian and Skyfire and Windows Mobile have all the same features, and it is also now available in the U.K.
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STILL waiting for beta 0.8 for Symbian! ! !