Guess who has decided to follow in the foot steps of Opera Mini for iPhone? It is none other than Skyfire, a mobile browser famous in the land of not so popular and in demand Windows Mobile.

This interesting news was shared by Skyfire on their official blog in which they congratulated Opera for finding a new home at the App Store and appreciated Apple for opening its platform for other mobile browser to showcase their product and come up with innovative ideas. The mobile browser manufacturers have decided to speed up the development process for SkyFire for iDevices which includes iPhone, iPod Touch and the extremely hot iPad.

It is worth noting here that SkyFire offers something which Opera Mini for the iPhone platform doesn't offer. It supports Flash is something that Apple doesn't like.

[via CNET]



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