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Opera Purchases Skyfire, Expands Mobile Web Browser Capability

02/17/2013, You can say that the folks behind the Opera web browser have been kept pretty busy, where they recently announced that they will no longer support the Presto rendering engine, having decided to uproot and make a move over to Webkit. Now, we have news that...

Skyfire releases VideoQ app for iOS

07/28/2011, We all know Apple’s relationship with Flash, and it was no surprise when the company officially mentioned that they didn’t want to support Flash in iOS. Well short of jailbreaking, there was really no way to watch Flash videos on your iOS...

New York Post Website Blocks iPad’s Safari

06/20/2011, Are you an avid reader of the New York Post? Do you frequently access their website through your iPad? If you do you might be in for a rude shock as it appears that the New York Post has blocked access to their website if you are using Safari on your...

Skyfire for iPad now available for $4.99

12/23/2010, Skyfire has made a name for itself by offering Flash to places where this plug-in does not work on the normal plane of existence. While an iPhone and iPod touch Skyfire app is already available, how about those who own iPads? Skyfire for the iPad is now...

Skyfire Browser For iPad On The Way, Flash Videos Anyone?

12/17/2010, Getting Flash on Apple’s iPad is always something of a touchy subject, depending on which side of the camp that you’re on. If you’ve been yearning for access to Flash videos on your iPad’s fancy display, the good news is that the...

Skyfire 3.0.1 now supports SD memory cards

12/13/2010, Never mind if the Android Market software on your phone isn’t updated just yet, it should still be able to offer the latest version of Skyfire – that is, version 3.0.1. As with the release of any new application updates, you can expect this to...

Skyfire For iOS ‘Sold Out’ Within Five Hours

11/03/2010, When the Skyfire 2.0 browser for iOS arrived, it offered users the option of viewing Flash video on their device, since Skyfire would render the video on their own servers and re-encode it in HTML5-compatible format for the device. It’s not really...

Flash arriving on iPhone and iPad for real thanks to Skyfire

11/02/2010, Looks like owners of the iPhone and iPad need not wait any more to view Flash videos on their respective devices, thanks to the availability of Skyfire which will be available for download for $2.99 a pop from Thursday onwards. This is the first...

Which Android browser is the fastest?

09/30/2010, Since Android is an open platform, it makes perfect sense to have a plethora of browsers available on it. This has resulted in the Android Market carrying a fair number of Web browsers, where each of them has their own strengths as well as individual set...

Skyfire Mobile Browser Hits The 1 Million Mark

09/15/2010, You’ve probably heard of the Skyfire Flash-enabled browser before this, and now the company is happy to announce that its browser has breached the 1 million mark. If your mobile device hasn’t received official support for Adobe Flash just yet,...

Skyfire 2.0 For Android Is Here

04/29/2010, Web browsers are more or less our window to the Internet, so it’s obvious that they’re important when it comes to the Internet. Skyfire is looking to improve the lives of Android users by introducing Skyfire 2.0 for Android. The new version...

Skyfire Congratulates Opera, Planning Its Own iPhone Browser?

04/14/2010, The folks behind the popular Windows Mobile and Symbian browser, Skyfire, have written a blog post congratulating Opera on its recent success on getting Opera Mini available for the iPhone via the App Store. The company stopped short of actually...

Skyfire for Android on its way

04/01/2010, SkyfireSkyfire is by far the best browser that Windows Mobile devices can rely on at the moment, as it is not only fast but stable and boasts Flash support. For those who are running on Android-powered devices, fret not – Skyfire for Android is on...