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04/08/2009

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Miriam

Thanks for posting this!  I downloaded the desktop version.  On the phone, how does it compare to iPhone and Android?

cmbalz

It's still very alpha/beta.  But it is based on recent Mozilla code, whereas at least the earlier iPhones were running Safari 2 core.  I don't know what Android is running.  The Beta just came out a few days ago, and it shows a lot of progress.

Angelina Parker

[this is good] Hi,

Great post... I will definitely install it on my mobile..

Angelina Parker

Angelina Parker

Hi,

If you know any other browser that is very user friendly for internet surfing on mobile then keep updating us.

Angelina Parker
Custom Website Design

Chris Balz on Computer-Related Topics

Just tried out the WebKit-based Midori, which seems to be coming along very well.  It is still alpha but can be used for some Web actions.  Konqueror, Mother of WebKit, recently integrated WebKit advances.  I haven't seen Konqueror yet for Maemo though.

Hubert Burns

[this is good] Your article is fine for all its distinctive features.

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