Skyfire 1.5 for WM now released, supports Flash 10

Skyfire 1.5 for WM now released, supports Flash 10
The developers of Skyfire have released version 1.5 of their popular browser and the new edition brings along quite a few novelty features. First, the program now comes with full support for Flash 10 and Silverlight 1.5, interface optimized for handsets with touch-sensitive displays with VGA and WVGA native resolution, allows for full screen page overviews and kinetic scrolling and hould be faster than ever. Skyfire 1.5 is currently compatible with Windows Mobile phones only, but the list of supported handsets will soon be expanded to include devices based on Symbian S60 3rd and 5th Edition.

If you have a WM phone and would like to give Skyfire 1.5 a go, it can be downloaded from here. Please, donĀ“t forget to share your opinion in the comments below. 

source: Skyfire via Cnet



2. xmguy1

Posts: 68; Member since: Nov 04, 2009

I installed it on my Omnia (i910) to the memory card. It runs but when I try to type in a URL the app crashes.

1. htc_prep

Posts: 303; Member since: Oct 09, 2009

just downloaded it onto the pro2. a couple improvements were made. it has flash i pulled up to test it and flash animation and music worked. the menu on the bottom is a whole lot more detailed. the screen clarity is a whole lot clearer both zoomed out and in. i use sprints evdo an live right across from a tower but when loading a new web page its a major lag compared to opera, my assumption is due to the plug in content. personal pros flash! clearer text compared to previous version. user friendly menu personal cons slow load no multiple tabs choppy zoom you can accidently push links when zoomed out (compared to opera) just stick to opera til either opera gets flash or til skyfire smooths its self out

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