Android owners getting their first taste of SkyFire

Android owners getting their first taste of SkyFire

Android owners have been gettingtreated to a ton of popular apps that exemplifies the platform'scontinuous stance as being a dominant figure in app selection amongowners. Developers have been quick to jump aboard the train to bepart of Android's joyride which will no doubt see greater heightsbeing achieved thanks to its growing base. Although it may not beperfect, Android has witnessed some stellar web browsers thathave graced the platform. For those eagerly awaiting for SkyFire tobecome readily available, there is a leak that'll undoubtedly ringsome good news to users who've been itching for this moment tocome. The team over at XDA developers managed to get a copy of thehighly anticipated beta version of SkyFire for Android – andthey're going ahead in sharing the joys all around. Already claiminghome to a ton of other premier web browsers, SkyFire will naturallybe welcomed with open arms as it'll greatly compete in an alreadycrowded market – from the sounds of it, the beta is turning outwell as pages load up extremely fast and it looks sharp.

source: xda-developers via AndroidGuys


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