Skyfire HotSwap for iPad features individual user settings to browser

Skyfire, one of the most popular browser app on the App Store, is getting Skyfire HotSwap, a new feature that gives Skyfire the ability to handle individual user accounts. This could be very important for family members who share a single iPad device. With Skyfire HotSwap, each person can get their own browser account and personal preferences. ” Bookmarks, history, open tabs, social network logins like Facebook and Twitter, email accounts like Gmail, Amazon accounts, and settings reappear just as they left them” says the company.

If you are not familiar with Skyfire, it is a web browser that has been designed and optimized to limit data usage. It uses a proprietary technology that can even optimize Flash videos on the fly, thus making them available and faster to iPad users. The new Skyfire with HotSwap should be available for download now.

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