Skyfire Mobile Browser Adds Social Media

Windows Mobile/Symbian only: A new version of Skyfire, the speedy, Flash-playing mobile browser we reviewed last year, gets a new release today with support for RSS, Facebook, and Twitter Now in version 0.9, Skyfire has added a host of new features since we last looked at it. The newest features are better integration with Facebook and Twitter, but support for RSS feeds is the truly productive upgrade here. Version 0.9 also introduces enhanced text display, so the size of text is automatically adjusted to read articles without horizontal scrolling. Some of the features that aren’t brand-spanking-new—but you might have missed with the 0.8.5 update—include enhanced inline text entry, integration with your Windows Mobile Today Screen, SMS URL sharing with tiny URL creation, and contextual zoom similar to the tap and zoom feature in Opera Mobile. Skyfire is freeware for Windows Mobile and Symbian based phones only.

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