Category: Web Browsers
Some news about the upcoming Flock 2.0 Beta release. It looks like new version of the social web browser will be released within the coming weeks.
What’s new in it? As Flock is Mozilla Firefox based, 2.0 will have all the latest Firefox 3 features, bug fixes (which includes memory leaks), etc.
As for now, you may try Flock 1.2.1.
Yet again we have new web browsers market share data report.
Internet Explorer continues losing its market share. This time it lost more than 1%, from 74.83% to 73.75% (1.08% decrease).
With the Firefox 3 RC release, Firefox managed to increase its market share by 0.65%, from 17.76% to 18.41%. Continue Reading
Back in April, we’ve reported about the upcoming Yahoo! project – BrowserPlus. While it’s still in Beta, Yahoo finally decided to release it for a public use (sneak peek). BrowserPlus is a technology for web browsers that allows developers to create rich web applications with desktop capabilities. There are few demos which can be found here to better understand how BrowserPlus works and what it is for. From their FAQ: Continue Reading
After “Firefox to Track User Data?” post, there were lots of bad comments regarding this new feature. People all over the internet started to express their opinion (from posts like “go to hell” to “Firefox is spyware”, etc). Some of them are already looking for a replacement of their favorite browser. Continue Reading
After some strange results, for example: huge Internet Explorer gains and other web browsers drops in the market share, HitsLink made some changes. Yes, it’s time for the “fixed” 2008, April market share report.
After Internet Explorer 8 Beta 1 release, IE increased its market share by 0.03% (from 74.80% to 74.83%) for a first time since October, 2007. Continue Reading
Let’s forget new releases today and have some fun. I’ve decided to post some “interesting” search queries which people were using and found this site (FavBrowser.com).
safari users compared to internet explorer
What’s the difference?
internet vs safari
And the winner is… Internet? Continue Reading
Mobile web browser Skyfire 0.6 Beta was just released. Although Skyfire is not accessible to everyone (check this post for more details), it still looks promising. New release introduces the following changes and new features:
Multi-line text entry (2,000 character limit)
Auto-complete text entry Continue Reading
The upcoming BlackBerry 9000 (OS 4.6) will be released soon. Along with the various improvements, OS 4.6 also introduces updated BlackBerry web browser. What’s new in it? Now you will be able to download attachments (Internet or Intranet web sites) using your browser. Also, they’ve managed to add support for inline video streaming (full screen supported as well).
Here’s a new app for you to try: Skyfire. It’s a free mobile web browser (currently works on Windows Mobile 5 and 6 only, Symbian support coming soon). As they’ve said in the demo video: “Skyfire is the only product that brings you the pc experience into your mobile phone”. And in case you thought about Opera Mobile… No, they haven’t included it on that video. If you are interested in it, feel free to sign up for Beta 2 (U.S. mobile phone number is required) or check more details here.