Skyfire 3.0 iPhone Web Browser released

Skyfire 3.0 iPhone Web Browser released
Skyfire Web Browser for iPhone has been upgraded to version 3.0. Skyfire’s award-winning technology enables Flash video for millions of mobile users and is finally available on the iPhone. The cloud-computing platform translates videos from Flash into an iPhone-friendly format. Over 100,000 web sites using Flash Videos, that otherwise would not play on your iPhone or iPod Touch, are presently supported, with more added every day. However, Flash Games and Flash Apps (Flash Website Animations) are not supported.

What's New in Skyfire for iPhone Version 3.0
+ More Flash video from more sites – Flash videos will get mobile optimized for your device and network and gives you smooth video playback that saves you lots of bandwidth and money.
+ Popular Content – See what content on any given site is most popular with your friends and within the Facebook community. Recommendations from friends are prioritized and show up at the top of the list.
+ Fireplace Feed Reader – A simple but addictive tool that provides a filtered list of your Facebook feed that only includes links to web pages, images, and videos posted by your Facebook friends. A great place to start for browsing.
+ Facebook Portal Integration – With a single touch you have access to your Facebook feed, profile and fast-growing location service Places. No need to switch between apps.
+ Facebook Like Button – Skyfire 3.0 puts the Facebook Like Button on EVERY PAGE of the Internet. No scrolling around searching for the button on the page, simply click on the SkyBar Like Button to easily “like” or “unlike” the page you are viewing.
+ Skyfire OneTouch Search – Enter a single search term and choose between Google, Video (from VideoSurf), or Wikipedia with a single touch without the need to navigate to separate sites.

Skyfire Web Browser for iPhone is available for download $2.99 on the App Store in the Utilities category.
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