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Skyfire Wants in on Apple's iPhone

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Apr 14, 2010, 5:00 PM   by Philip Berne

On Skyfire's official company blog, CEO Jeff Glueck congratulated Opera on their successful approval for the Apple App Store and said that the company will accelerate its strategy on iPhone OS devices. Glueck stopped short of making any specific announcements, but did say that he believes Apple's approval of Opera is a sign that Apple is opening up its platform, and he sees this development as a precedent for future browsers on Apple's devices.

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Apr 14, 2010, 5:23 PM

Does Skyfire know ANYTHING about Apple????

First of all, we can prettymuch all agree that the only advantage Skyfire has on any of the competition is the fact that it has brought flash to the windows mobile and symbian platforms.

other than that, it sucks.

And Apple absolutely hates flash.

Skyfire is completely out of it's mind if they think they will EVER get in on Apple's iPhone.

Or they can try and get the US government involved...
Apple would be smart to let skyfire in the app store, its a way of going around adobe and still offering iphone users flash....BUT apple is only smart when it comes to sucking money out of its blind followers
Opera Mini is superior to Safari anyway...
Agreed strongly... to add to that , apple will only let the input another APP just as every other company or doveloper has such as the mercury browser,,, skyfire will get nothing more than an app in with the iphone and they are dreaming big, REAl BIG ...

Apr 14, 2010, 5:23 PM


..awesomely lame!!!!.. i hope apple doesnt approve..
Apple Safari SUCKS!!! Skyfire is needed very much...FLASH FLASH and more
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