Skyfire 4.0 for Android is now available

Skyfire 4.0 for Android is now available
One of the most popular third party browsers for Android, Skyfire, has build 4.0 ready to be downloaded from the Android Market. While current users of the beta version of the up-to-date build of the browser are grandfathered in, new users will have to make an "in-app" payment of $2.99 (after a 3 day free trial) to unlock the video services, including the Flash videos, that the software offers. New Skyfire users with Verizon VCast will have the browser's video unlocked free for a limited time.

Version 4.0 of Skyfire offers some new features including a customizable Skybar that can be rearranged to your liking. Not a fan of Twitter? You can remove it from your Skybar and replace it with, say, Facebook if you desire. Your choices include Twitter, Groupon, Share, Google Reader, Sports-News and Finance and settings. Regardless of your preferences, the goal is to make the Skyfire browser a more personal and unique browser than the stock Android software.

source: androinica

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3. khangster

Posts: 6; Member since: Apr 18, 2010

Well, if you're an early user, you still get that video function for free "on this device". I just wonder if I buy a new phone and use the same Google account, will I have to pay for it?

4. Ur Cheap unregistered

You're cheap bro!!! If u don't want to pay for an app to help these developers then just ask your mom to pay for it!!!

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