|App Store category: Utilities|
|Current price: $5.49||Our rating: 8/10|
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Skyfire’s Award-Winning browser is the most popular browser on iPad. Skyfire allows you to watch Flash videos that otherwise don’t work on iPad. Full-Screen browsing: use every pixel of that gorgeous screen. Load page as iPad or Desktop: access the full versions of your favorite websites for more features and videos. Private Browsing mode: Keep your browsing session private. Popular content: Find out what’s popular on any website with the click one of a button. Facebook + Twitter: Stay in touch with your Facebook and Twitter feeds without ever leaving your browser. Google Reader: So you can stay in touch with your RSS feeds. Share webpages: Using Facebook, Twitter, Email, Instapaper, PinBoard, Read It Later, Tumbler, and more.
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SkyFire Browser for iPhone – iPad Review
Intro: SkyFire is now one of the most famous and used browser for the iOS Devices, which include: the Apple iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad. The day SkyFire came to iPhone, it was gone smoking out of stock in just 1 night!. One of the best features of SkyFire is that it allow for Flash-videos to be played on your iOS Devices...
Final words: Skyfire may not be perfect, but it has improved in more ways than the normal browser of iPhone has. Allowing Private Browsing and ability to play Flash videos is a very + point for the Skyfire. Also, its ability to handle websites in both iPhone and Desktop mode may it even more of that default browser choice. However, people may not like the simplicity in it, as compared to the simple and light Safari. If, somehow, some themes may be added to Skyfire, it may make it more perfect, than it already is.
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Skyfire web browser for ipad review: an expanded browsing experience
Intro: Right away you’ll notice that Skyfire Labs, Inc. has gone to great lengths to make the iPad version of their browser a bigger, better interaction with the web. The changes begin with a redesigned app icon, and follow through with a lengthened menu bar and deeper social integration. We liked Skyfire in our iPhone review, but there’s no denying that Skyfire Web Browser for iPad brings more to the table...
Final words: This is browsing like we’ve never seen it on iOS, and when enjoyed on the iPad’s large screen, it’s one of the best mobile browsing experiences available.
Skyfire Web Browser for iPhone and iPad
Intro: Skyfire is a Web browser that seems to be built primarily as a workaround to Apple’s policy of not supporting the Flash video format on the iOS platform. Whether it’s the iPhone-friendly Skyfire Web Browser or Skyfire Web Browser for iPad, the major selling point of the Skyfire Labs offering is that the browser can recognize when you have surfed to a page that includes a Flash video. And, if you ask it to, Skyfire Web Broswer will play the video for you after about a 20-second delay...
Final words: On a more positive note, Skyfire has some nice built-in social networking features that enable you to see, with a single tap, what’s happening among your Facebook friends or in your Twitterverse; you can also view your Google Reader feed. You can also, with a single tap, post a link to Facebook or Twitter, save a bookmark to Delicious or Pinboard, post material to Tumblr, or save an item in Read It Later or Instapaper.
iPad App Review: SkyFire Web Browser
Intro: There is no doubting that the iPad has completely revolutionized the way that a lot of people work and enjoy games on mobile devices, but there is also a couple of major drawbacks to the device. One of the problems that people actually face when it comes to the iPad is that they are unable to play flash content on the device. This can be a big problem as there is a lot of flash content available on the internet including many games and advertisements on websites. Until recently, there was no way of viewing the flash content on the device until the SkyFire iPad app came along and made it all possible...
Final words: Overall, this is a fantastic application that really allows you to view the flash content as well as having many other great features.
Skyfire Web Browser for iPad Review
Intro: At this point, all of us know the story: Apple and Adobe just refuse to play nice with one another. Both sides trade barbs (deserved or not), feelings are hurt, and the consumer misses out. From the iPhone’s inception, users have clamored for a way to view Flash content on their shiny, new iDevices. With the release of the Skyfire Web Browser, it looks like the wait is over...
Final words: Despite its technical imperfections, Skyfire takes the first step toward muting the cries of those who miss their Flash videos, and it is the first comprehensive web-surfing app that gives mobile Safari a run for its money as our everyday browser.
Skyfire iPad App with Flash Added to App Store
Intro: Skyfire's iPad app, which brings Flash content to the Apple tablet, was added to the App Store Wednesday night. It acts as a Web browser, converting Flash video into HTML5 and playing it back in a separate window. With the iPad version, that window can be expanded to full-screen mode to take advantage of the iPad's 9.7-inch screen...
Final words: Skyfire recently provided a sneak peak at the iPad app; the video is below. For more about the iPhone app, see PCMag's full review.
App Review: Skyfire Browser iPad App
Intro: As I talked about it earlier, that Skyfire was gearing up to release a native iPad app after seeing the tremendous success on iPhone, well the app is here on app store. For peeps who are still unaware about what the app does, here is some info...
Final words: I said, this app currently is for guys/gals who are more into videos. And there some other cool features as well, the whole bunch of social networking and browser controls to play around.