By Joe Levi | January 27, 2011 1:04 PM
Skyfire is one of the more popular alternative browsers for the Android platform. It’s primary claim to fame has been its ability to play Flash videos on Android-powered devices. That’s not as much of an benefit with the latest generation of Android-powered devices, since most have the ability get Adobe’s Flash from the Android Market. Skyfire essentially converts and pre-renders video on their services, streaming it to you in a manner that’s customized for your screen and connection speed.
In version 3.2 they’ve made some improvements:
– Better Searching: so facilitate search they added a search box to the top of the toolbar UI
– Better Video Search: since videos hold a high level of importance in this browser, Skyfire has enhanced their video search experience to include data from more content providers
– Play More Video: more sites and video formats have been added
– Various performance enhancements and fine-tuning
What browser do you use on your Android? Let us know in the comments!