BOLT – a WebKit-based JAVA browser

BOLT – a WebKit-based JAVA browser
A new browser on the market – BOLT is a free solution that is said to render web pages faster than the competition. Like iPhone’s Safari, Palm Pre’s and the Symbian S60 browser, the BOLT uses the WebKit engine, which sounds promising. It is a J2ME (Java) application, which means it will be usable on plenty of non-smart phones. It is said to use only 150KB of memory and 500KB of RAM, and to feature RSS reader, Flash and AJAX support. It’s fast, light and has lots of features – we like it! Unfortunately, it is still in beta, and a closed one – after you’ll register at the BOLT site, you’ll have to wait for an invitation. We already did it, now we wait…

source: BOLT via MobileCrunch

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