Already available for Android, the Skyfire mobile browser will be launched for iPhone and iPad, too. It won’t be a standalone browser, though, but an app that runs on top of Safari.
According to CNN, Apple has just approved the Skyfire app, which will be available in App Store starting this Thursday (November 4).
Unlike Opera Mini for iPhone, Skyfire isn’t free. It will cost $2.99.
The greatest thing about Skyfire for iPhone is that it will let you view Flash content, thanks to the app’s ability to translate Flash into HTML5. A full list of features can be found here.
Until you get the chance to download Skyfire on your iPhone, check out the app’s official video preview:
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