Hands On Skyfire Windows Mobile Browser: It Definitely Doesn't SuckS

During our brief hands on with the Skyfire mobile browser at CTIA, it actually lived up to most of its claims, and we walked away fairly impressed. We saw it on two different devices, though most of our time was on a Sprint HTC Mogul. Besides rendering media-heavy Giz with surprising snap (a feat that made the Instinct's browser cry), it churned out YouTube and Hulu videos like a champ. Zooming isn't quite as intuitive as Safari—you touch, a box pops up which you can drag around, then you touch again—but I was told they're working on making it more natural. Overall, it's definitely one for Windows Mobile users to watch, and we'll be getting some more time with it soon.

Hands On Skyfire Windows Mobile Browser: It Definitely Doesn't SuckS

Hands On Skyfire Windows Mobile Browser: It Definitely Doesn't SuckS

Hands On Skyfire Windows Mobile Browser: It Definitely Doesn't SuckS

[Giz @ CTIA]