Haven’t you ever wished that your mobile phone could double as your laptop? Of course you have! Such a device would obviously minimize the necessity to carry multiple gadgets. In today’s world the mobile phone is fast getting there – while not exactly a replacement to a laptop, it’s come pretty close.
There are plenty of web browsers (such as Opera, or the iPhone’s Safari) that can give users a very easy-to-navigate feel while they are logged in to the Internet. Skyfire, the latest attempt, aims at providing Windows Mobile users a full-fledged desktop-like view while surfing the web on their devices.
Skyfire is equipped with integrated Flash support to enhance user experience. Unlike most other mobile browsers, Skyfire can actually play embedded videos. The developers claim the idea is to provide users with the most realistic computer-like interface for navigation.
Skyfire is compatible with both Windows Mobile 5.0 and 6.0, touchscreen or otherwise. It also promises users great speeds while browsing. The best part is that it’s freeware. For more information and to sign up, check out the Skyfire website.