Bitstream Pulls Plug on Bolt Browser
Dec 12, 2011, 1:05 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Bitstream confirmed to Phone Scoop that it has ceased distributing the Bolt Browser for Android devices. On the Bolt web site, a message now appears that says, "The free Bolt mobile browsing service will be discontinued. Unfortunately, the economic circumstances prevent us from running a free service going forward." The company went on to apologize to and thank its user base. Bolt 3.0.1 for Android was released as recently as late October. It is no longer available from the Android Market.
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