The mobile browser space is getting more and more crowded, by quality products like Opera Mini 5, Fennec and Skyfire fighting for a bigger piece of the pie. Now, it turns out that the Skyfire is coming to Android and the company making it has decided to open up an Alpha program, allowing people to test the software.


In order to participate, you’ll need an Android handset with the OS version 1.5 or higher, plus the opportunity of providing active feedback. All you need to do is send an email to [email protected] with your name, device and country you live in. You can download the software from here, knowing that it allows you to browse the web using the full PC versions of your favourite sites.

This is a free software, with speedy loading times, full video support, images, audio and support for social networking and sharing via Facebook and Twitter.

[via Skyfire]

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