Skyfire for iPhone has been approved by Apple, and it will soon be available for download from the App Store for $2.99.
Flash support? Yes, it also comes with partial Flash support that allows you to watch videos from most of the popular video sharing websites i.e YouTube, Metacafe etc.
No operating system, be it a desktop one or for a handheld device, can be complete without a good web browser. Recently, the Beta version of the browser SkyFire 2.2 was released Googleâ€™s Android operating system. The version number to be exact is 188.8.131.5294; the new version brings several improvements to its predecessor SkyFire 2.1.
Skyfire 2.0 for Android was launched yesterday. It is the first public beta after the limited private beta version for early testers.
The browser is very stable, faster than Fennec for Android and yes, it could play Flash videos (YouTube only so far) too that we all have been waiting for! Other Flash elements don’t work though, but let’s say, it’s just the beginning!
Skyfire 2.0 for Android phones is now available in the Android Market for public download! Skyfire 1.0 for Android remained in beta for testing purposes and is now finally available as Skyfire 2.0.
Mozilla just came out with the first pre-alpha release of Fennec for Android yesterday, and as Skyfire didn’t wanted to stay behind, they are in with the launch of their browser for Android – that also supports FLASH videos!
Skyfire for Android alpha version will be coming soon. The Skyfire team has announced that they will soon be releasing Skyfire (Android) to some testers who would like to participate in their alpha testing program.
Skyfire is a downloadable, free mobile browser that gives you a Web browsing experience exactly like PC browsing.