Skyfire mobile browser for iOS lands in the App Store
Although it's being offered at the “introductory price” of $2.99, we'd imagine that some people would easily consider downloading the app since it enables you to watch most Flash movies directly on your iPhone. For a long time now, Skyfire has relied on that one sole feature to lure and capture users – especially when no one else really offered it prior to Android's support of Flash 10.1.
In any event, you can download this app if you really tire of any the other alternative browsers available for the platform – either that or just have the ability to kick back and watch some Flash videos all from the comforts of your phone.
1. JeffdaBeat posted on 03 Nov 2010, 16:05 0
I dunno...browsing on my iPhone, I just rarely find a need because most websites I've encountered have changed their video to support iPhones and most other phones that don't have Flash. On top of that, Flash sites seem to be few and far between, but that's only in my personal web surfing...