If Apple's mobile Safari browser makes you green with envy, but you'd rather not trade in your expensive Windows Mobile smart phone for an iPhone, there may be a solution. As Engadget reports, a company called Skyfire has unveiled a new mobile browser by the same name that brings a Safari-like user interface to Windows Mobile, with an exciting twist—full Flash support.
Skyfire is still in development, but users can sign up for a private beta test. To participate, a U.S. mobile phone number, some type of data plan, and a smart phone running either Windows Mobile 5 or 6 are needed. Symbian phones will be supported in future releases.
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