Skyfire has released its cool Windows mobile browser that can display Web sites built using any Web technology, aiming to deliver both the speed and media-rich experience similar to the PC browser.

According to the company, Skyfire’s browser serves up Web pages created using dynamic Flash video, QuickTime, advanced Ajax, and JavaScript on mobile devices, so users can interact with the pages the same way they would on a desktop PC.

What you can do with Skyfire’s mobile browser:

  • Watch any video on sites including Youtube, Dailymotion, Break.
  • Listen to any music on sites including Last.fm, Rhapsody, Yahoo! Music.
  • Stay connected with friends on social networks including Facebook, MySpace and Friendster.
  • Browse whatever you want like weather, news, maps, sports and all the rest.

“For too long consumers have been promised the ‘real Web’ on their phone, only to be disappointed by slow rendering, error messages, no Flash support, watered down WAP pages or second-rate mobile versions of their favorite site. Skyfire has remedied those ills at a speed not seen before on the mobile platform,” said Nitin Bhandari, CEO of Skyfire.

The free, downloadable Skyfire mobile browser that delivers rich web media, real fast is currently being offered as a private beta for Windows Mobile 5 and 6 smartphone users in U.S. only. Watch a video demo of new Skyfire mobile browser below.

Update: Skyfire for Windows Mobile pubic beta

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