Skyfire for iPhone almost ready to be sent to Apple for approval

Skyfire for iPhone almost ready to be sent to Apple for approval
If you're an iPhone user just dying to watch Flash videos on sites like CNN or ESPN and you don't feel like installing Frash on your device, you have another option. Skyfire is almost ready with the version of its browser for the iPhone and could submit the package to Apple early next week. If the guys at Cupertino give a thumbs up, the browser will be available in the App Store.

Unlike mobile Safari, Skyfire will allow you to watch Flash videos. The browser will also make recommendations based on your viewing habits and also offers one click sharing to Facebook, Twitter and other social networking sites. Skyfire has already been available for Android (Skyfire 2.0 will run on devices using Android 1.5 to 2.2), Symbian (Skyfire 1.5 runs on Symbian Series 60, 3rd or 5th editions) and Windows Mobile (Skyfire 1.5 is accepted on touchscreen and non-touchscreen phones using Windows Mobile 5, 6 or 6.x). If approved, Skyfire will join Opera Mini in the App Store. The latter was downloaded a mind-blowing 2.6 million times this past April.

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source: MobileCrunch


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