Skyfire Web Browser 5.0
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Skyfire is the next generation of mobile browsing – come see why over 20 million users have downloaded Skyfire.
Skyfire 5.0 for Android is loaded with features that make browsing the mobile web more social & more useful than ever before. Extensions like Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Yelp, Related Apps, Offers, Readability and many more allow users to stay connected, find deals, browse apps and save browsed content for later – all without leaving the page they're currently on. Users can add, remove and even create their own extensions. Nearly 20 mobile browser extensions have been added to Skyfire's web browser for the very first time. We've also redesigned the look and feel of the application to make it more simple and streamlined than ever before.
Skyfire Web Browser comes out-of-the-box with the ability to turn on or off the following recommended toolbar extensions. You can easily create and add your OWN extensions with the touch of the ‘+Add’ button:
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Tailor-made Browsing - Skyfire Web Browser offers users a unique way to personalize and modify your own unique browsing experience. Add your own favorite content to the toolbar – Simply click the “Add” button in the Horizon toolbar, and you can pin your favorite web app or shortcut to take your browsing to the next level.
Note: Skyfire Web Browser 5.0 does not support tablet devices due to screen size. This new version of
Skyfire also does not support an in-app upgrade to Flash video capabilities. We have decided to move away from support of Flash, a format that is in decreasing use, in favor of making the best browser and browser extensions in the world.
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Skyfire is focused on making mobile browsing more social, contextual & app-like in the wake of the decline of Flash. Skyfire users know that Adobe dropped Flash support on Android last year, & that videos are decreasingly encoded in Flash, w/ mobile video predominantly being encoded as MP4.
Skyfire is focusing its attention on building an innovative, world-class, free browser; not on rendering Flash video for devices that don't support it, nor on making Android users pay for that privilege.