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Friday, 26 September 2008 00:34

Skyfire Open Beta v. 0.8 launches

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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Windows Mobile browser

 

Today, Skyfire launched a beta version of their mobile phone Web browser and made it available for all users interested in trying it out.

The new version of this browser, v.0.8, contains a couple of previous version’s bug fixes as well as Ajax, Flash, Quicktime and Windows Media support. Besides that, the new version should include better video reproduction quality, advanced zooming, faster moving and loading times, and so on.

Version 0.8 for Windows Mobile is available as of today, whereas the Symbian version should follow soon.

More here.  

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