After much anticipation for Touch Pro, Fuze, and Touch Diamond owners, the venerable SkyFire browser, which plays Flash-enabled content as if you were on a desktop through a proxy connection, now works with VGA screens.

For those with Sprint’s new CDMA Touch Pro or AT&T’s HTC Fuze along with other VGA devices, you can download the browser from SkyFire.

You can also direct the browser on your phone to to download the cab file and install it directly. The proper cab file should read Skyfire_7927-PPC50. According to SkyFire, WVGA, also known as widescreen VGA, is not supported yet for owners of the XPERIA X1 and the Touch HD.

Below is Adam’s video review of an earlier beta version of the browser. Happy browsing!

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