Gone in a Flash! Skyfire browser said to be "sold out" from Apple App Store

Gone in a Flash! Skyfire browser said to be "sold out" from Apple App Store
This afternoon we had reported that Apple had allowed the Skyfire browser for the iOS to be offered in the App Store for $2.99. The browser uses Skyfire's servers to convert Flash video to HTML5 which allows Apple iPhone users to view previously forbidden clips. Now comes word that the  the mobile browser has been removed from the App Store.

The latest word on the removal of the browser comes from Skyfire. The software company says it is not Apple's fault, but that the $2.99 app was "Sold Out". The official statement says that Skyfire is "temporarily not accepting new purchases" and will report on its Facebook and Twitter sites when sales of the Skyfire browser for the iPhone will resume.

source: Engadget

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