Skyfire, the popular mobile browser available on handsets that run under Google's Android operating system too, in addition to being available for the Apple iPhone, is set to advance to a new version in the not-too-distant future.
The application's developers claim that they can deliver a brand new experience to all Android users out there this year, with a new interface, and highly appealing features planned for the new release.
And, of course, there would also be a series of other improvements that version 4.0 of Skyfire for Android
would include when made available for download.
“Skyfire, the company that brought you the most innovative smartphone application of 2010, is at it again in 2011,” the company notes in an official announcement.
“The red-hot Skyfire mobile browser on Android is about to get a whole new look, pricing model and killer features,” they continue.
Skyfire for Android has already become one of the most popular applications included in the Android Market, with a number of more than 2.5 million downloads registered since its official release a year ago, in April 2010.
“The mobile browser was upgraded to critical acclaim in November 2010 with integrated social media and Facebook capabilities. This latest update will continue to build on Skyfire’s strong track record of innovation,” the company continues.
According to Skyfire, the new flavor of their mobile browser
for devices powered by Google's platform, Skyfire for Android version 4.0, should be officially introduced in the coming weeks.
“All existing features will remain free to the 2.5 million beta testers across the globe and these users will continue to receive Skyfire’s innovative updates moving forward in gratitude for their help and support in the launch of the product,” the app developer continues.
For the time being, without an exact release date for the new browser version available, users can try out the Skyfire 3.0 for Android app, which can be found in the Android Market here