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Skyfire acquired almost a million downloads of its Android mobile browser Sheetal Thakre | , 12:51 p.m. Sept. 20, 2010 2010-09-20

The current buzz around android cell phones is going life-size day-by-day. With an inclination to get the best of everything, the android users are seen keen where they keep on discovering and exploring the best of the every new thing and technology.

And now, what is creating a sensation in the android cell phone world is the mobile browser Skyfire which is at present have been downloaded by almost a million times.

It is apt to say that Skyfire has become one of the most popular Android applications amid the other products in the Android Marketplace.

Available for download worldwide for free at get.skyfire.com, Skyfire (2.3.2) is available in limited countries presently.The company has announced an extended accessibility to newer Android devices as well. Isn't it a great news for android handsets like Samsung Galaxy, Samsung Epic, Motorola Droid X and Droid 2, HTC Incredible and EVO 4G.

The best part about the Skyfire browser is that it works along with the most recent Android 2.2 update to make sure that Flash video at all times and that too it is just a click away despite the network connectivity.

The handsets with no android 2.2 update, 2.1 and below don't have to feel sad. For Skyfire does offer competence to millions of earlier unreachable Flash videos too.

Skyfire offers:

1) SkyBar™:- A cloud-enabled toolbar that lets users enjoy millions of videos that were earlier out of stock on mobile.
2) Released quite a few updates that make the browser quicker, smarter and data optimized. With this, you can learn about the latest buzz on every topic, browse, and effortlessly share content via the social networks.
3) Skyfire's highly developed cloud computing technology reduces mobile video data consumption by a standard of 75%.
4) The end users can achieve an optimized video streaming experience on mobile with Skyfire as the mobile carriers are offered a chance to pass on the coming mobile video data load causing dropped calls, reduced response and congested bandwith in urban areas.

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