Skyfire shutting down servers and ending Windows Mobile/Symbian service
While they have already shut off their v1.0 service in many areas, the servers are officially going offline, ending service to any remaining customers. Skyfire laments that "It was a revolutionary product when introduced and offered for free, but the fast-moving mobile market has changed significantly since 2007, and as a small tech start-up, we need to keep innovating forward."
Skyfire v2.0 was recently released for both iOS and Android, and they are looking forward to adding more platforms. The same notice from CEO Jeff Glueck says that they are specifically working towards solutions for Windows Phone 7, MeeGo, and BlackBerry OS 6. If you are still using the original version of Skyfire, we recommend you switch to Opera Mini until you upgrade to a newer operating system.
source: Skyfire via IntoMobile
1. Tristann (Posts: 76; Member since: 04 Nov 2010)
Thats a real shame.. i remember always useing Skyfire on my Treo800w & Treo Pro.
It was one of the best browers (for Windows Mobile).
2. corps1089 (Posts: 492; Member since: 20 Jan 2010)
found this out the hard way last week on my Touch Pro, I didn't realize it was permanent.
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