Skyfire Browser Gets Social with 0.9 Beta Release

Skyfire makers just released a new beta version to the public, promising that the updated Skyfire will now bring people closer to each other and their favorite content. This new version of Skyfire integrates a desktop experience browser with the best of the Social Web.

The most noticeable change in the new version of Skyfire is a real-time activity wall which aggregates customized feeds from news, media, Facebook and Twitter. Skyfire is preconfigured with feeds from Digg, ESPN, Google News, Hulu, YouTube and Yahoo! News that display real-time updates on the start page. It is easy to customize your experience and add new feeds from your favorite Websites. Skyfire now always keeps you connected with the newest content that is relevant to you.

Even better, Skyfire is now available for WQVGA and WVGA devices, so users of Samsung OMNIA and SonyEricsson XPERIA X1 can use this highly skilled browser for their mobile internet surfing.

You can find more information and download Skyfire 0.9 Beta from here.

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