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Today was the release of the first browser that supports Adobe Flash on your iOS device. This mobile browser supports the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. UI The user interface on Skyfire is very easy on...
Skyfire, the iOS lost link between your device and Flash content has sold so well that the developers actually had to temporarily pull it from the App Store so they could regain their bearings. ...
Skyfire today announced the availability of their next generation browser for Android. Available as a public beta in the Android Market, Skyfire 2.0 allows users to view Flash videos on the web through on the...
Following last week’s approval of Opera Mini into the App Store, the Skyfire team is now looking to bring their mobile web browser to Apple. Posted on their company blog, CEO Jeff Glueck congratulated the...