Skyfire enters public beta

Skyfire enters public beta
Skyfire, the server-side Windows Mobile browser that handles Flash and Ajax, is now available to all.  Previously only available by invite, they have upped the version to 0.8 which moves it into public beta.  We've been using Skyfire for months now and cannot give it enough praise, so head over to the site and try it now.

source: Skyfire via MSM Mobiles

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7 Comments

1. unregistered

Unfortunately for the residents of europe, Skyfire is only available on phones in the US with the +1 numbers.

2. unregistered

this browser kinda sucks. not very practical. the zooming is stupid

3. phil unregistered

does not even start up in my omnia and tytl II~~not a good impression ~~

4. unregistered

thats cuz those phones suck. Skyfire is wayyy better than opera and IE thats for sure, way faster!

5. unregistered

YEAH IT'S FAST BUT THE ZOOMING SUCKS BAD, I WAS ABLE TO STREAM FROM YOUTUBE, MYSPACE, AND SOME ADULT SITES TOO

6. unregistered

idk what u guys are talking about, being able to go on nfl.com and watching all the football highlights are great. the zooming isn't such a big deal to me, i always have opera if i need to read an article that important. the videos showed pretty good on my treo 800w, but i just upgraded to the touch diamond for sprint and it seems like the screen is not compatible yet, meaning i cannot get past the first screen, anyone know when they will come out with an update??

7. unregistered

Check outwww.skyfire.com for more info. Your screen is probably above the maximum resolution, and yes, there will be an update (eventually)

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