After Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android platform, Skyfire, the popular mobile browser may be soon available for iPhone users. According to the sources from MobileCrunch, SkyFire has just entered the final testing phase of its first public iPhone build and they are planning to submit it to the Apple early next week.
Skyfire is a popular smartphone browser which supports Flash videos and media-rich plugins. It is already available for Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android devices. If Apple approves this browser, it will be available for iPhone users as well. Skyfire will allow iPhone users to watch flash videos and other media-rich contents.
Few months ago, Apple has approved the popular browser, Opera Mini and within few hours it dominated the iTunes Downloads Chart and managed to bag the slot for the no.1 free app in over 22 countries. We are expecting Apple to approve this awesome browser for iPhone users. Do you think Apple will approve Skyfire?