Skyfire has updated their highly regarded mobile browser, introducing beta version .9. Some of the changes include a new start page with integration to RSS feeds and social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. Adaptive font sizes lead to improved readability of text and you will have an option to download media streamed by Skyfire. The improvements also include support for plug-ins like Flash 10 and Quicktime and the browser will render pages faster with better zoom abilities. Version .9 will also support hi-res devices like the Samsung Omnia , the XPERIA X1 and the Nokia N80. The Windows Mobile version improves the handling of e-mail links while the Symbian version improves battery life. By using their own server to process multimedia, the Skyfire browser allows the user to see video on sites like the desktop version of YouTube, and Hulu that many other mobile browsers cannot play. You can download this beta version for free at the Skyfire web site.