RIM Buys Torch Mobile, Package Includes Iris Browser

By | August 24, 2009 | 1 Comment

Last week RIM has announced upcoming full Flash and Silverlight support for BlackBerry devices. To speed everything up, they have acquired a company specializing in WebKit based solutions: Torch Mobile.

One of the company’s key products is WebKit based, mobile web browser called “Iris Browser” (free), which supports touch screen control, widget rendering engine, advanced HTML, CSS support and more.

The Iris Browser is currently available for Windows Mobile and QTopia platforms.

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  • http://my.opera.com/rafaelluik Rafael

    Wow, it haves a scrollbar, that’s definitely the best mobile browser ever. O.o [ironic]
    kkkkkkkkkkkkk, that was stupid!

    Well, I can’t say I unlike everything, the advanced “Settings” page and the “Check for Update” are good improvements.
    Why he couldn’t stop comparing it to Opera Mobile? *-*