TeaShark has announced a new mobile Web browser. It is based around the S60 browser found on Nokia phones. One of the more interesting features is tabbed browsing, something we've grown used to on desktop browsers.
TeaShark's browser automatically opens your last session, along with all tabs used the last time you used it. It also features color coded bookmarks for easier navigation and lets you copy and paste text directly into the search bar. The browser also memorizes your searches, like desktop browsers.
In order to install it you need a phone with Java MIDP 2.0 support.
You can download it here.
Published in Mobiles
TeaShark launches new mobile browser
by Muamer Odobasic on27 March 2008