Browsers for mobile phone

By in Mobile phone news on June 28, 2011

Opera mini

opera mini

  • The fastest browsing experience available for your phone or tablet, Opera’s rendering speed and efficient controls put it ahead of other browsers.
  • Surf the Web on mobile devices as easily as on a desktop computer. Whichever phone or tablet you have, a smooth user experience awaits.
  • Save money on mobile data plans by taking advantage of Opera’s compression technology to reduce data costs by up to 90%.




You know Mozilla Firefox don’t you? If Firefox is released to desktop PC and laptop, then Fennec is the released for mobile phone. The focus of development so far has been on building a new user interface that reflects Firefox’s design principles, and adds touch screen support and other features that are appropriate for mobile phones and other handheld devices. We plan to do further alpha releases which focus on performance, including projects like TraceMonkey, speculative parsing, and many Fennec and Gecko optimizations. But in the meantime, we feel it is important to make this early release available to continue to grow the community and gather feedback as early as possible in the development process.




SkyFire’s award-winning technology is now available for OEMs and Operators seeking to improve the browsing experience on their mobile devices, manage the explosion of video traffic, and develop new revenue streams around the growth of the mobile internet.

Skyfire’s new Rocket Platform integrates seamlessly with other browsers (beginning with Webkit) to give a cloud computing “booster engine” to mobile devices. Enable your users to access rich media and video across the internet that is otherwise inaccessible on mobile browsers, including content such as Flash video, Silverlight video and other plug-ins formats. Plus, reduce your network traffic and enhance device battery life by utilizing a carrier grade cloud-computing platform to compress data and reduce demands on the mobile device processor. Skyfire’s cloud web services can also enable a host of new add-ons and apps within the browser, via an updated toolbar we call the SkyBar. That opens up new m-commerce and advertising opportunities, while ensuring advertising that feels more like a useful, contextual service for users.

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